The Twenty-Seventh Wife




The Twenty-Seventh Wife

By Irving Wallace

The big passionate novel of a woman daring to live and love freely—no matter what the price. She was forced to choose between one man’s love and her own pride as a woman. Brigham married one woman too many when he took Ann Eliza Webb as his twenty-seventh wife. He was the leader of the polygamous Mormon faith, as powerful in the Utah Territory as the President of the United States. She was a great beauty with a quiet manner—and an iron will. For four years, Eliza lived in Brigham Young’s harem as his 27th wife. Then, one summer morning, she walked out, deserting her husband and suing him for divorce…

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