Spiritually uplifting and knee-slapping funny, Pat G'Orge-Walker's Sister Betty and her fellow parishioners discover what matters most on bumpy road trip to Baltimore. . . Sister Betty barely has a minute to sit and fan herself before she's off on another qMission from God.q Her friend Mother Eternal Ann Everlastin' has dropped dead on her seventy-first birthday from an overdose of York Peppermint Pattie, and it's up to Sister Betty to see to her final wishes, namely, traveling to a Baltimore religious conference to deliver three one-million dollar checks to three different mega-church pastors. When the Reverend Knott Enuff Money hears that Sister Betty is about to give away a substantial amount of Mother's riches, he wants in. But finagling the money out of Sister Betty right under the noses of three genuine men of God is going to be the biggest challenge the Reverend has ever faced. . .one that just might set him on the path to reclaiming the true spirit of faith. . . qChristian comedy fiction at its best.q aLibrary Journal qThis novel is the best of its kind, and it's easy to see how G'Orge-Walker has carved out a comfortable niche for herself as the queen of gospel comedy literature.q aQBRThe between service mealwas tasty, even without the traditional HellNaw hot sauce available and was quitepassive compared to ... Hellraiser surely had in mind for their apreciousa Mother Eternal Everlastina#39; Mothers Board anniversary service.
|Title||:||Mother Eternal Ann Everlastin's Dead|
|Publisher||:||Kensington Publishing Corp. - 2008-08-01|