Welcome To Author Ed Kelemen's Home Page
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The man who cannot read is unfortunate. The man who will not read is unintelligent

Ed Kelemen, a retired police officer, lives in the semi rural town of New Florence, Pennsylvania with his wife, Lynn-Ann and the two youngest of their five sons. They share a century-plus old home with two humongous dogs and a clutch of attitude-ridden cats.

His weekly columns, “The End of the Line with Ed Kelemen,” and "Civil War Chronicle," currently appear locally in the Blairsville Dispatch.

He is President of the Ligonier Valley Writers and a member of the Greensburg Writers group, and has served in an advisory capacity at a number of roundtable discussions at Barnes and Nobel to assist unpublished authors.

He has had numerous articles and short stories published in local, regional, and national publications.

Ed has collaborated in writing two books about hauntings in the Laurel Highlands Area of Pennsylvania with M. A. Mogus. They are titled, "Weird West Overton," and "The Haunted Foothills."

Other projects include:

  • "The Dutch Uncle," a Private Eye Novel set in and around Pittsburgh, PA, published in December, 2012.

  • "The Little Drummer Girl of Gettysburg," a ghost story novel for young readers to be introduced at the 150th Anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg, but available right now

  • "Route 30 - Pennsylvania’s Haunted Highway," a tour of all the hauntings along the original path that USD Route 30 has taken from Point State Park in Pittsburgh to the Ben Franklin Bridge in Philadelphia. Available at select locations now.

And he is working on at least four other projects, including a sequel to "The Dutch Uncle" titled, "The Polish Prince."

Ed's lectures on police procedures and CSI for writers at various locations in West Central Pennsylvania, including Westmoreland County Community College and Seton Hill University have been well received.

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