A historical novel by Peter Jedick

Kent State University, Kent, Ohio the 1969-70 school year. Senior Matt Kubik is having a pretty groovy time sharing an off-campus duplex with three quirky guys and four far out hippie chicks. His only goal is to find true love and romance. That is, until an anti-Vietnam War protest goes haywire and puts all of their lives in danger. The rest is history.

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Peter Jedick’s career as a best-selling author and historian spans several decades. On a national scale, he has authored four books and written for several magazines including America in World War II and Baseball America. As a local writer in Northeast Ohio, he has written for every major news organization including the Cleveland Plain Dealer, Cleveland Magazine, Sun Newspapers and The Cleveland Press.

As the recipient of an Excellence in Journalism award from the Press Club of Cleveland, Jedick has been interviewed and recognized by numerous TV and radio shows. He also had a stint as an award-winning radio commentator for WKSU-FM, an NPR (National Public Radio) station.

Speaking Engagements

“Peter Jedick brings a wealth of knowledge to the table. His on-air presentation is competent and compelling.” — Jim McIntyre, Former News Director at WHK, WDOK, WERE and WWWE in Cleveland, Ohio

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