A Simple Kind of Man
  
A Simple Kind of Man
Published:
6/27/2014
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ISBN:
978-1-46894-862-2
A Simple Kind of Man is a novel of interlocking episodes detailing the lives of three generations of Alabama men named Douglas MacLemore: the first, an uneducated Depression-era farmer who is called to preach the Word of God; his son, "Junior," who rebels against his father by chasing after the secular pleasures of alcohol, violence, and women; and Junior's son "Dugz," a pierced and tattooed high school dropout who doesn't know what he wants, only that it is something that he cannot have. The stories are related through the eyes and in the voices of the MacLemore men, with each having his own uniquely distorted way of grappling with the triumphs and tragedies of life. Step inside their lives and witness the struggle involved in being A Simple Kind of Man...
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Nathaniel C. Oliver was raised in the small town of Phil Campbell. While pursuing his master's degree in English at the University of South Alabama, he wrote A Simple Kind of Man, a novel of interconnected short stories inspired by his youth in rural Alabama. Currently, he works as an adjunct instructor of English at a community college and as a freelance writer. He lives in Sheffield, Alabama with the two loves of his life, his fiancee and their young daughter.
 
 


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