Although I love reading about murder, religion and crimes of all sorts, I really haven't read a lot of true crime books. This is a great book, kept me interested and indulged me in my hobby of organized-religion bashing -- haha. Just kidding. But a look into the corruptness of organizations that so many millions of people put their faith, family's wellbeing and lifetimes into serving is quite eye-opening and very interesting. Totally worth reading. I especially liked when the LDS church officials tried to buy up the forged versions of "rare, one of a kind" documents that they supposedly already possessed. Why such a hurry if you already have proof of your beliefs?