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Kimberla Lawson Roby and Joe Muto Interviews Today on KAZI Book Review

At 12:30 p.m. CT tA House Dividedoday on KAZI Book Review the first segment today at 12:30 p.m. features an interview with Kimberla Lawson Roby, author of A House Divided.  A House Divided is the 9th novel in Roby’s Reverend Curtis Black series. The series focuses on the trials and tribulation of Reverend Black, the pastor of a mega black church who struggles with the challenges of money, power, and infidelity. In this book Reverend Black and his wife Charlotte are about to become grandparents. While his wife fights with the other grandmother over control of the planned events for the yet born grandchild, a mysterious figure from Reverend Black’s past threatens to reveal a secret that will destroy everything he’s worked for.An Atheist in the Foxhole

On the second segment of KAZI Book Review today features Joe Muto, author of An Atheist in the Foxhole: A Liberal’s Eight-Year Odyssey Inside the Heart of the Right-Wing Media is a memoir by Joe Muto, best known secretly as The “Fox Mole”—whose dispatches for Gawker made headlines in Businessweek, The Hollywood Reporter, and even on The New York Times website. In this book he delivers a funny, opinionated memoir of his eight years at the unfair, unbalanced Fox News Channel working as an associate producer for Bill O’Reilly.

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