Their Works Shall Be in the Dark

| September 9, 2016


Their Works Shall Be in the Dark

Winner of the 2015 Brodie Award for Best LDS-Interest Fiction

Secrecy is next to godliness.

Tired of constantly pretending to be the perfect Mormon teenager, Jacob Crompton devises a plan to guide his fellow priests into an underground regimen of experimental sin. As they begin to dabble in behavior which is forbidden by the rules of their religion, the risks of their endeavors increase and their fears of discovery grow. The boys’ conspiracy soon threatens to careen off the rails to bring public humiliation and ecclesiastical condemnation down on them, forcing each young man to examine his loyalties, address his priorities, and ultimately confront his true beliefs.

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