A Parable of True Love Unfolds in New Work of Fiction

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Jimmy Holcomb examines the nature of love through the experiences of his novel’s characters.

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Does true love really exist? Jimmy Holcomb invites readers to examine this question in the light of the experiences of the characters in his new novel, “A Good Man”.

Seth Nelson, despite being a star athlete, is a humble young man from Alabama. On the other hand, Cassie Wells is an extraordinarily beautiful girl who is driven by her inner rage. When these two seemingly different people meet, their fates will be irrevocably entwined and their lives will be changed forever. From their innocent meeting at church, their journey unfolds to reveal a touching story of people on the pursuit of understanding one of the most beautiful and powerful of human emotions- love.

Poignant and heartwarming, “A Good Man” is a compelling parable of love that is supreme and lasting. Through the unforgettable characterization of the protagonists, readers will witness the power and beauty of this kind of love.

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About the Author
Jimmy Holcomb was born in Birmingham, Alabama, and his Southern upbringing is evident in his first novel, “A Good Man”. He received a Bachelor of Science from the University of Alabama and worked at United Parcel Service for over 30 years before retiring. He has two children and currently resides in Montgomery, Alabama, with the love of his life—his wife Tammy.

A Good Man * by Jimmy Holcomb
Publication Date: September 19, 2012
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 379 pages; 978-1-4771-2417-8
Trade Hardback; $29.99; 379 pages; 978-1-4771-2418-5

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