Beloved widowed father Edward Naylor dies, bringing out his daughters; His affairs are in order, but drama ensues anyhow and one of the daughters are mad that they couldn't get her wishes; Why is it that funerals bring out the worse in folk? check out "Sittin' in the Front Pew".
I enjoyed this book. It was great the way this author revealed the daddy's secret; and also how the family dealed with it.
Often we know how we THINK we would like to handle an unexpected situation, this book challenges us to explore those feeling more deeply. All secrets eventually see the light of day and this book looks at how various family and friends react.
Death brings about strange emotions, and poeple's true colors start to show. Glynda 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 found young daughters after their mother's death, and was the perfect father, brother, fiance, 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 hapends when his secret shows up for the funeral?