Desert Lost by Betty Webb

I have read most the Lena Jones series and found them educational about Polygamy. The stories are set mostly in Scottsdale, Arizona. Lena is watching and storage area for trespassers when she finds a woman’s body dump near it. She doesn’t recognize her but see clues to lead her to feel she was a polygamist. She is dismayed to realize that a fraction of Arizona’s polygamy has been set up Scottsdale. She is reunited with her favorite favorite mother and more about her life is revealed. I look forward to reading the rest of the books. This a favorite.

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3 Responses to DESERT LOST By Betty Webb

  1. bmary8222 says:

    Thanks for sharing your review.

  2. Looks like an interesting book!

    • All of Lena Jones books have something about Polygamy. There is a back story running through the books. Lena was found on a street in Phoenix at the age of about 4. She was shot in the head. Each book you learn a little about her life.

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