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Latter-day Saints / Mormons in Mystery Novels (3590 words)
Given the nature of mystery novels, this should not be surprising, because the genre is focused on the dark side of every culture and character.
Most Latter-day Saint/Mormon characters in science fiction and fantasy novels are devout, active members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, even in stories set hundreds of years in the future or on other planets.
Some of these novels contain material which some Latter-day Saint readers would find offensive, either because the book was intended by the author as defamation of Christians in general or Mormons in particular, or simply because the portrayal is inaccurate or based on century-old pulp fiction stereotypes.
Mystery fiction - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (527 words)
Mystery fiction is a distinct subgenre of detective fiction that entails the occurrence of an unknown event which requires the protagonist to make known (or solve).
An import contribution to mystery fiction in the 1920's was the development of the juvenile mystery by Edward Stratemeyer.
Interest in mystery fiction continues to this day thanks to various television shows which have used mystery themes over the years and the many juvenile and adult novels which continue to be published and frequent the best seller lists.
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