Gary Stewart

Gary Stewart

Gary L. Stewart (1937-2018) was born in Salt Lake City and raised as a Mormon. He held a doctorate in theater criticism from the University of Iowa and spent 36 years in academia. He taught theater at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst (UMASS), and then at Indiana State University (ISU). He wrote two “Gabriel Utley” crime novels, several produced plays and Avenging Angel, an unpublished western that became a feature film starring Tom Berenger, Charlton Heston and James Coburn.

Books by Gary Stewart

The Zarahemla Vision

The Zarahemla Vision

Salt Lake City private eye Gabe Utley’s cousin disappears, shortly after claiming that a “revelation” has prompted him to kidnap Wilford Richards, the ailing president of the Mormon church. The acclaimed sequel to THE TENTH VIRGIN.

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The Tenth Virgin

The Tenth Virgin

A ground-breaking novel that's not only a compelling mystery... but also a revealing, highly-accurate look at the Mormon church, its beliefs and its culture....that's as stunning today as it was when it rocked the crime fiction world forty years ago. New York private eye Gabe Utley returns to his hometown of Salt Lake City after his high-school sweetheart, married to a prominent member of the Mormon church, asks him to find her missing and troubled teenage daughter, who may have been kidnapped by a violent polygamist cult.

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