New York Times bestselling author Kimberla Lawson Roby takes us back to the household of Rev. Curtis and Charlotte Black in her latest title A House Divided (Grand Central Publishing; $24.99). In the book, which releases May 7, the Black family prepares for the coming of a new grandbaby—a baby from their unwed son. But instead of all joy and excitement, the baby's arrival means drama for the grandmothers. And to make matters worse, the reverend is struggling with a deep secret and the anonymous person who is threatening to expose him. Once again, Roby delves into the life of the “so-called” righteous and chaste and explores the dirty deeds that go on behind closed doors.
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First-time author and journalist Jacqueline J. Holness explores the question of what to do after you've decided to commit your life to the Lord in After the Altar Call: The Sisters' Guide to Developing a Personal Relationship with God.