3 Halelujah Handclaps
Dior's devilicious ways holds no bounds in this sequel. However, McGlothin relies too much on cliched themes like: pulpit fight scenes, adultery and the boring pastor's wife, church funds abuse and poor red herrings placement. Constant head hopping slows down pace. Moreover, the church's name, a supposed acronymn for megachurch is implausible, since a Methodist Apostolic church could never exist. If this novel were a Pat G'orge parody, then the word play would be understandable. But instead it imposes a question. who’s this novel’s audience?
Dallas men clothing’s store saleswoman Dior Wicker can sale the pants off any man including Pastor Richard Allamay, Methodist Episcopal Greater Apostolic Church. But there’s only one thing stopping her from becoming his lady, his wife, First Lady Nadeen. (October, 320 pp, $14.99)