Sittin' In The Front Pew

Sittin' In The Front Pew

A Novel

Book - 2002
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Death brings about strange emotions, and people's true colours. Glynda Naylor discovers this truth when her father dies and she must fly from Los Angeles to Baltimore to bury her beloved daddy, who raised her and her three sisters after their mother's death, when the girls were young. As people gather to pay tribute to their father, Glynda and her sisters begin to search for answers about who the real Edward Naylor was. He was a fantastic father, without question, but did he have something to hide? Like, perhaps, another daughter?
Publisher: New York : Strivers Row, c2002
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780375757051
Branch Call Number: F
Characteristics: 243 pages ;,21 cm
Alternative Title: Sitting in the front pew


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