A fast-paced novel about a woman fighting to save her family from the dark side of Televangelism.
Andie Oliver is faithful—to God, to her handsome husband Joe, and to Reverend Calvin Artury, a Godfather in a Mafia of holy men who conducts global faith-healing crusades and creates a vast TV empire with a cult-like following.
As a reluctant member of Artury’s evangelical megachurch, Andie's dream of children, home, and marriage falls apart when Joe is hired by the ministry and she becomes a prisoner of evangelical prophesy.
Andie’s best friend, Mavis, is fiercely protective of Andie, but disdainful of Joe and the Reverend. Only she knows the truth of Artury’s carefully veiled depravity...and then she is gone.
After witnessing a church member's murder, Andie uncovers long-hidden truths and loses everything, including her children. Fighting to save her family, she confronts the very definition of sin and battles the darkest side of televangelism.
Suspenseful and deeply moving, with more twists and turns than the Blue Ridge Parkway, Televenge is an emotionally rich debut novel.
|Publisher:||Satya House Publications Inc.|
|File size:||245 KB|
About the Author
Born in West Virginia, Pam claims a tribe of wild Pentecostals and storytellers raised her. Southern Fried Women was a finalist in Fiction and Literature-Short Story category, Best Books of 2006 Book Awards sponsored by USA Book News and a finalist for ForeWord Magazine’s Book of the Year. Invited to speak at the Southern Festival of the Book in Memphis, and by the First Ladies of West Virginia and Mississippi, she has become a speaker in much demand. Pam’s passion and inspiration for overcoming life’s insurmountable obstacles is evident in her performances at bookstores, women’s groups, on the radio, for churches of every size, civic groups in major cities and throughout the rural South.