Reid Moon, the Dallas book dealer, was the hero in this situation and Deseret
News completely leaves out his part of the story. With Reid's report, the
thief would have been successful. How about reporting the whole story, DN?
I'm glad she got the book back, but I'm not sure I agree with cutting
pages (and even verses) out bit by bit and selling the most popular portions to
the highest bidder. The buyers usually frame the verse or page in a picture
frame and hang on the wall. But it's the words that make the difference,
not the age of the book, right? Make your own judgements, I suppose. I'm
just talking outloud here.