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Paul Rimmasch

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Salt Lake City, The United States



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Paul Rimmasch was born and reared in the Salt Lake Valley. He graduated from Weber State University with a Bachelor of Science in Criminalistics and a minor in Photography. Paul has spent the last fourteen years working as a Crime Scene Investigator for Weber-Metro CSI and is active in Forensic Science education and Law Enforcement training. He lives in Ogden Utah with his wife and three children and is an avid hiker and gardener.
Paul has parlayed a life long interest in Book of Mormon Archaeology and LDS Church History into his first novel, The Lost Stones.

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In my novel The Lost Stones, the main character, Ammon Rogers, is facing a dilemma many of us face in our lives. You see, he is trying to develop faith but is trying to do it by amassing proof first. As the story goes on, Ammon eventually learns that it doesn’t work that way. Faith comes from letting go and trusting in something greater than your... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 15, 2013 15:34 • 60 views • Tags: faith, mormon, proof, publishing, rejection, the-book-of-mormon, writing
Average rating: 3.78 · 77 ratings · 32 reviews · 1 distinct work · Similar authors
The Lost Stones
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Fabulous book! This is American History you've probably never heard of before. A must read for history buffs!!!!
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Whether you are a Star Trek fan or just like "behind the scenes" Hollywood stuff this book is a must read! It was a joy to read.
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