Sittin' in the Front Pew

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Ballantine Books, Dec 1, 2006 - Fiction - 304 pages
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From the author of the national bestseller The Shirt off His Back comes a novel about love, family, and honoring loved ones

Death brings about strange emotions, and people’s true colors start to show. Glynda Naylor discovers this when she gets the call that her father has died suddenly and she must fly from Los Angeles to Baltimore to bury him. Her beloved daddy, Edward Naylor, raised his four young daughters after their mother's death, and was the perfect father, brother, fiancÚ, and friend to those who loved him. As friends and family gather to pay tribute to this pillar of the community, Glynda and her sisters begin to search for answers about who the real Edward Naylor was. Their father was a good man, without question, but he also took a secret to his grave. What happens when his secret shows up for the funeral?

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Family Feud & Ladies Lament

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When we grieve for a parent, it is vital to recall the cherished memories & shared experiences of family life, and that is what Edward “Eddie” Naylor’s daughters did in this novel. Those memories ... Read full review

Sittin' in the front pew: a novel

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Did Glynda's beloved daddy have a daughter elsewhere? To find out, read this book by the author of the Blackboard and Essence magazine best seller The Shirt Off His Back. ... Read full review

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About the author (2006)

Parry "EbonySatin" Brown is the author of #1 national bestsellers "The Shirt off His Back" and "Sittin' in the Front Pew," as well as the self-published nonfiction book "Sexy Doesn't Have a Dress Size,"" "and has contributed to" "the anthologies" Proverbs for the People "and" Love is Blind," She lives in Los Angeles.
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