Letters from the Minister

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AuthorHouse, Apr 29, 2004 - Social Science - 412 pages
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Meet the Reverend Doctor Edward Alan Hebert, prolifically genius African American pastor of one of the fastest growing and most historic churches in the nation. He has it all, a beautiful wife and children, an outrageously prestigious home, a fabulous education, daringly dreamy looks, and the charismatic charm of a thousand Casanova's. He has everything but wants more, and it is the salacious will of his loins that guide his pen to write passionate letters of lust that grab his conquests by their hearts, and lead him into peril. The style of his prose is recognizably unique, saturated with perfectly targeted words that swiftly tighten a binding noose around the most vulnerable and emotional parts of his victim's psyche. It is with that same pen that the depth of his most hidden expression comes to life, exposing the rage of his innermost struggles. Packed with passion, tension, thoughtful emotion, and intrigue even to the very last page, Letters From The Minister is a uniquely crafted novel that exposes the limitations of humankind, or. "holy-kind." Multiple stories run with delicate concurrency, with intricately placed character bridges, leaving all wanting more from the Minister. Have you read the letters?

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