"Captivating . . . [In My Father’s House] sometimes unfolds like a novel. . . . It’s a riveting multiperson topic-specific biography—the characters and context are strongly drawn and the whole creates the feel of drama even though we pretty well know where the story is going—but it’s also an intriguing and sometimes disturbing deep dive into some powerful social dilemmas.” Los Angeles Times

© 2018 FOX BUTTERFIELD.COM