COME SUNDAY MORNING By TERRY E. HILL

Coming January 22, 2011 from Urban Books

Come Sunday MorningCalifornia author, Terry E. Hill’s new novel, Come Sunday Morning, provides an insider’s look into the sometimes hypocritical existence of the the country’s ecclesiastical elite.  Sharing the well hidden secrets of America’s mega churches, Come Sunday Morning provides an intimate glimpse into the personal life of Hezekiah Cleaveland, one of Americas most influential Pastors, and his lovely wife Samantha. Come Sunday Morning is the
story of Pastor Cleaveland’s homosexual affair and the depths to which his wife will sink to preserve her extravagant lifestyle and to gain absolute power.
 
Hezekiah T. Cleaveland is the young, handsome and charismatic pastor of the mega church New Testament Cathedral in Los Angeles. He is married to Reverend Samantha Cleaveland a beautiful, sensuous, ambitious, and equally charismatic minister.  Samantha is the power behind Hezekiah and New Testament Cathedral. She runs the church and their national television ministry from behind the scenes with a firm, and often cruel, iron fist. Together they are building a new 20,000 seat mega church. So, why would his wife arrange his assassination, on a Sunday morning and in the pulpit of the church they built together?
 
Come Sunday Morning exposes the lavish lifestyle of this power couple, the pastor’s homosexual affair and his consequential murder in the church pulpit in front of the entire congregation. Hill’s new and dynamic literary offering shares a first-hand account of what goes on behind closed doors in the world of the religious elite.
 
Hill has been compared to E. Lynn Harris and Eric Jerome Dickey in his writing style and storyline transitions. Scheduled for release in January 2011, Come Sunday Morning is already the talk on the fiction literary scene. Hill is currently working on his second, entitled “When Sunday Comes Again”, the sequel to Come Sunday Morning.

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