Have you ever observed the conventional antics or overheard the colorful conversation of a group of older and distinguished gentlemen at a sporting event, in a restaurant, or at a backyard barbecue and wondered about their relationship? How did they meet? How long have they been friends? What was the pivotal moment or event that transformed their connection from acquaintance to kinship?The(m) Jolly Boys is the awe-inspiring, insightful, and entertaining story about the mysterious, unique, and undercelebrated friendship between four men through the many iterations of our society. In this his first fiction novel, author Larry LaDell Robertson illustrates this dynamic through the personal experiences and challenges of a teacher, a garbage man, a train engineer, and a preacher all striving for sustained happiness for themselves and one another. Readers will embrace this captivating, funny, and real-talk page-turner, locking arms with Beauregard Jackson, Divine Oliver, Samaritan Ladeaux, and Arie Eubanks as they navigate through love, lust, fear, anger, heartbreak, and even fortune.With key historical markers juxtaposed with vivid and compelling messages, The(m) Jolly Boys delivers a touching prose about the curious and rarely-talked-about camaraderie and comradeship between men.The(m) Jolly Boys is a truly funny, intriguing, unique, heartwarming, unpredictable, inspiring love story. As you read this delightful story, you will immediately conjure up images of that brother, uncle, father, cousin, neighbor, or coworker who could easily be one of the four. That's the power of this rarely told story.