About The Prophecy of Zedekiah Wight: A Short Story
If ye will not believe, surely ye shall not be established.
Mitt Harris didn’t sign up for the Federation border patrol to have his hands tied while murderers and child sex traffickers run roughshod over the Federation’s laws. Fortunately, he has a friend who owes him a favor—a friend who answers to no one but his Maker, and has no qualm about meting out justice where justice is due.
But Zedekiah Wight has more on his mind than merely doing his friend’s dirty work. He has a proposition for Mitt that will either make their friendship inseparable or lead to a parting of the ways. And because Zedekiah has no patience for moral cowardice, Mitt’s decision will be final.
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J.M. Wight is a pen name of Joe Vasicek, who writes science fiction and fantasy. As the faithful son of Utah pioneers, J.M. Wight blends science fiction with distinctly Latter-day Saint themes. Whether it’s interplanetary colonization in the Millennium or the technological singularity rolling forth from the New Jerusalem, this is science fiction like you’ve never read it before.