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About The Veil

A shroud of secrecy cloaks a new nineteenth-century sect known simply as the Saints. But that veil is about to be drawn away. Amidst the majestic beauty of 1857 Utah, the members of one secluded religious group claim to want nothing more than to practice their beliefs without persecution. Yet among them are many who engage in secret vows and brutal acts of atonement…all in the name of God.

But one young woman, Hannah McClary, dares to question the truth behind the shroud. Soon Hannah and the young man she loves–Lucas Knight, who has been trained from childhood to kill on behalf of the Church–find themselves fighting for their very lives.

As a group of unwary pioneer families marches into Utah toward a tragic confrontation with the Saints at a place called Mountain Meadows, Hannah and Lucas are thrust into the most difficult conflict of all–a battle for truth and justice–even as they are learning for the first time about unconditional love, acceptance, and forgiveness.…

About Diane Noble

Diane Noble is the author of eighteen books, is the author of eighteen books, including Heart of Glass and Phoebe, along with several novellas, devotionals, and nonfiction books for women. Diane is a two-time recipient of the Silver Angel Award for Media Excellence and was a recent double finalist for the Romance Writers of America prestigious RITA Award.

Information about her new releases, works in progress, research trips, and women's retreat schedule can be found at

Product Details

400 pages | Published by WaterBrook

On Sale Date: Jun 2, 2009

Trim Size: 5-1/2 x 8-1/4

Carton Quantity: 24

By Jennifer Whitney

Diane Noble's The Veil is one of those books that I couldn't put down. It was the first book I have read from her and picked it up because of the tie in to the Mormon faith. It was an area that I had not read much about and was interested in. I enjoyed learning the history of the Mormon's through a factual yet Christian viewpoint. I learned so much about there religion and still can not believe the views they had. The Veil takes place...

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By Christy Janes

Francine Rivers definitely got it right with her endorsement that's printed on the front of this book: "Prepare to burn the midnight oil." Just so you know....she was not kidding. I was awake past midnight the past 2 nights reading this fabulous book. :o) Even though I am a Christian, I am intrigued by the Mormon culture, and occasionally like to read something that gives me a better understanding of their history and lifestyle, and why they...

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