William M. Adler

William M. Adler has written for many national and regional magazines, including Esquire, Rolling Stone, Mother Jones, and the Texas Observer. In addition to The Man Who Never Died, he has written two other books of narrative nonfiction: Land of Opportunity, an intimate look at the rise and fall of a crack cocaine empire; and Mollie's Job, which follows the flight of a single factory job from the U.S. to Mexico over the course of 50 years. Mr. Adler lives with his wife and son in Colorado.

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“. . . a readable and informative history of the political, cultural, labor and religious undercurrents of life in Utah and, by extension, the U.S. . . .