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Unlike the memoir of a famous person, my story lives with the millions of baby boomers who passed me a joint and a beer in college and again at the corporate picnic. Before the Woodstock weekend in 1969, I graduated from college and married the mother of our love child, began training for a computer programming career, and a few months later got a high number inthe draft lottery. My use of recreational drugs escalated from [...]
 
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Have you ever wondered what really happens in rehab?? Welcome to My World was written by psychotherapist and chemical dependency counselor, Mary Crocker Cook, to answer the question, "What really happens in rehab?" from a counselor's perspective. A veteran of multiple substance abuse program staffs, Mary Crocker Cook has created an engaging and realistic cast of characters; a composite of chemical dependency counselors she [...]
 
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Roll Call, A True Crime Prison Story of Corruption and Redemption by Glenn Langohr
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Born Again Opinion by Philip J LoPresti
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INHUMAN ACTS by G. G. Rigby
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Upon Release From Prison - A True Crime Story of Redemption (Roll Call) by Glenn Langohr
Overzealous Narcotic Detective Pincher, on paid leave and under investigation, starts using drugs, and then is hired again as a Narcotic Detective in L.A where he steals heroin from the evidence locker until he is reeled in by the Mexican Mafia and the Hollywood Madam. B.J, just released from prison, struggles not to look back at the Criminal Justice System that tried to kill him. Inspired to help prisoners turn their lives [...]
 
Gateway To Death by Laurie Pailes-Lindeman
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Scourge - Confronting the Global Issue of Addiction by Bradford Smith
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