Southern Living
On the eve of this year's all-important Dogwood Festival, the disparate lives of three women will converge in a brilliant comedy of Southern manners like none other. With this funny and poignant novel, Ad Hudler joins Fannie Flagg and Adriana Trigiani as one of our best chroniclers of Southern life.


Househusband
Lincoln Menner is finding out just how hard it is to be a woman. When his wife Jo was offered her dream job, Linc supported her wholeheartedly, leaving his thriving landscape business in Los Angeles and moving to Rochester, New York. This was a chance to escape the cloying needs and atrocious tastes of his celebrity clientele, start over in fresh surroundings, and spend a little quality time with their three-year-old daughter, Violet.


Man of the House
In this largely autobiographical sequel to Ad Hudler’s best-selling Househusband, we find Linc Menner thriving as a stay-at-home dad. His gourmet cooking is sublime, his cleaning unrivaled, and his devotion to his daughter, Violet, unparalleled.


All This Belongs To Me
Credit-card fraud and loneliness bring together two disparate characters in a story infused with humor and spirituality.