Chapter Nine of Prophecies and Penalties

Stephen Nash is dead, and the Prophesied One, Alex Bancroft, is the main suspect. How does one question a religious leader named in an age-old prophecy? Especially when he denies being the Prophesied One? Emily Fisher would like to know, because that’s the job she’s set herself in the appropriately titled chapter 9 of Prophecies and Penalties, “The man of the prophecy.”

If you’re not already reading my weekly serial about a murder in an obscure religious commune in Vermont, you can start out with chapter 1. A new chapter gets posted every Friday.

About Brian Bixby

I enjoy history because it helps me understand people. I'm writing fiction for much the same reason.
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