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MISTER LUCKY by Roger Poppen

MISTER LUCKY

by Roger Poppen

272 pages
Sex 'n drugs 'n barbells: an Olympic dream.

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About the Book
The 1984 Los Angeles Games offer a last shot at Olympic glory for Robert Rochmann. A faculty position at a backwater university should allow enough time for training--if he can focus on the weights and not the women. But his aging, steroid-boosted body fails him, and he faces an investigation for his conduct with coeds. It takes a young woman with a teddy bear to show him there may be more to life than Olympic gold.

Although Olympic weightlifting is a unique setting for a novel, the themes are universal: obsession, loss, love, and recovery. MISTER LUCKY provides a look back at the Me Generation and a reminder that problems of a quarter century ago, ranging from terrorism to recreational drugs, are with us still.

 

 

About the Author
Roger Poppen Roger Poppen holds a Ph.D. in psychology and was a researcher and professor for over 30 years. He's been an avid weightlifter for 50 years, winning many regional, national, and international competitions. He is married, has four children, three grandchildren, and a motorcycle.

 

 

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