Dorothy Allred Solomon is a middle kid of sorts – 28th of 48 children. Her first book, “In My Father's House,” was a ground-breaking insider account of modern polygamy. She has since written other books, including “Predators, Prey and Other Kinfolk,” “Daughter of the Saints,” “The Sisterhood: Inside the Lives of Mormon Women,” and the forthcoming “Equal but Different: Gender in Mormon Cultures.” Her writing has been anthologized and awarded. She has written on a range of topics for various magazines and journals, including “Elle and Marie Claire.” At age 18, Dorothy chose to leave fundamentalism and marry monogamously. For thirty years, Dorothy and her husband, Bruce Solomon, conducted communication trainings across the globe. A Vietnam veteran who delivers therapy to combat veterans and their families, Bruce is now employed at the Vet Center on Dixie Drive. They delight in four children and 13 grandchildren.