Busted in Bloomington: A tragedy in the summer of ’68

by Darlyn Finch Kuhn on October 10, 2017

In Busted in Bloomington, a young, gifted and gay English teacher leads his students on a journey of self-discovery as they enter the Age of Aquarius.  Boundaries are crossed and crimes are committed as they tumble down the rabbit hole together. Innocence and euphoria dissolve when good people are busted—in Bloomington, Indiana during the tumultuous summer of ’68.

Greg and Candy Dawson’s new book is available now on Amazon and B&N (both paperback and Kindle/Nook versions.)

Busted in Bloomington

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Candy Dawson October 10, 2017 at 9:27 pm

Greg and I really appreciate your post. This is a collective memoir of 120 people whose lives overlapped as they were coming of age in the sixties. Looking back at that era through the Vietnam War documentary while reading our book has really affected a lot of us baby boomers. “Time it was, and what a time it was…” as Simon and Garfunkel sang, but our time of innocence was sadly waning by 1968.

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