Lisa Takeuchi Cullen

Lisa Takeuchi Cullen was a foreign correspondent and staff writer for Time magazine, covering social trends, news, arts, and business in the U.S. and Asia. She now writes novels and develops television pilots. Cullen grew up in Kobe, Japan, and lives in New Jersey with her husband and two daughters. Her first book, REMEMBER ME: A LIVELY TOUR OF THE NEW AMERICAN WAY OF DEATH, was about the year she spent crashing funerals and was a Barnes & Noble Discover Great New Writers pick. PASTORS' WIVES is her first novel.

Lisa Takeuchi Cullen

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by Lisa Takeuchi Cullen - Fiction

PASTORS’ WIVES follows three women whose lives converge and intertwine at a Southern evangelical megachurch. Ruthie follows her Wall Street husband from New York to Magnolia, a fictional suburb of Atlanta, when he hears a calling to serve at Greenleaf. Candace is Greenleaf’s “First Lady,” a force of nature who’ll stop at nothing to protect her church and her superstar husband. Ginger, married to Candace’s son, struggles to play dutiful wife and mother while burying her calamitous past.