Monday, June 10, 2013

This Just In… From Hell to Heaven to Hell by Jim Grundy

Growing up poor in West Virginia, the son of a coal miner, drifting after graduation trying to find his way in the world, moving with his family back to the state of Texas and leaving behind the girl he planned to marry.

Life for him was tough: the breakup of his first love, the end of romance in Texas. When he couldn’t take any more he joined the Marines for a life of hell that would result in injuries he still lives with today. But more was to follow. Upon his return home, he drifted, trying to become successful in life using his fists as an amateur boxer. And success came. He managed to win the West Texas Golden Gloves Championship. 

They say he has lived the life of twenty men. From being poor to working his way up in the business world of sales. He would own and operate several retail businesses that would make him a millionaire. This sounds pretty good until you get to the part that he loses it all. Pain and hunger, love and divorces, poor then wealthy, romance and heartache, sexual assaults and murder, custody battles that granted him full custody of two children and co-custody of one. Enough? Not a chance. The story has just begun.

Readers say that From Hell to Heaven to Hell is addictive and that once you start reading you can’t put it down.

You can order From Hell to Heaven to Hell here. ◊


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Anonymous Anonymous said...

My husband and I each purchased a copy of this great "American" story. Couldn't put it down until we finished it! I hope it goes to a movie, a real heartwarming life story!

Saturday, June 15, 2013 at 6:48:00 PM PDT  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This man sounds like a real man who has lived a real life not just lines from a book.

Sunday, June 16, 2013 at 4:50:00 AM PDT  

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