One more Sunday
Welcome to the Eternal Church of the Believer, where devout workers operate state-of-the-art computer equipment to solicit and process the thousands of dollars that pour in daily . . . where hundreds of prayers are offered by armies of believers . . . where some people give much more than they should.
Its home is Meadows Center, some very expensive real estate on the outskirts of a sleepy Southern town, a jealously guarded complex of offices, houses, schools, and, of course, churches.
Meet John Tinker Meadows, who heads the church now that his father is secretly dying . . . the Reverend Joe Deets, who lusts after very young women . . . Walter Macy, pompous and self-righteous, who blackmails his way to his secret ambition . . . the Reverend Mary Margaret Meadows, a powerhouse in her own right. And pity poor Roy Owen, an outsider who comes to Meadows Center on a desperate search for his wife, the journalist who vanished after asking some hard questions about the inner workings of the Eternal Church of the Believer . . . .
"Brilliantly done." -- The New York Times Book Review
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Review: One More SundayUser Review - Jim - Goodreads
It ain't Travis McGee but it was worth reading. Read full review
Review: One More SundayUser Review - Bonitagirl - Goodreads
This is not a Travis McGee book but it is by the same author. You know I can't remember what happens in this story but I remember LOVING the book. The theme has something to do with religion and I think a fake preacher. Hm. Maybe I should read this again. Read full review