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Book: The Road Way Less Traveled - Starting recovery young by Ken Montrose
This workbook addresses questions frequently asked by young people new to recovery: What will I do? Who will I spend time with? How will I get through life without drugs? Why are drugs so hard to quit? The text underscores how the resilience of youth is eventually overwhelmed by the progressive nature of addiction. Contains a parable about burning down houses infested with singing rats. The [...]
 
Book: Sweet Melissa - Ignorance is not Bliss (Book One 1) by Susan Segovia-Munoz
A withdrawn teenage girl audaciously dives into the subterranean world of drug addiction, darkness and deceit. While wholeheartedly attempting to escape the vicious merry-go-round of repetition, and haphazardly trying to slip out of the miscreant subculture, she stumbles upon one obstacle after the other.
 
Book: Heroin, Oxycontin, and Other Opiates - Breaking your addiction to them by Ken Montrose
This workbook looks at the carrot and the stick of opiate addiction. The exercises are geared to helping the reader recognize what motivates him to continue using these drugs. It also discusses common-sense approaches to recovering from addiction. From the Introduction: There is a "carrot and stick" to opiates. Imagine a jackass chasing a carrot dangled in front of him on a stick. The animal will [...]
 
Book: The Grand Adventure of Cate R. Pillar by Hazel S. Muller
The Grand Adventure of Cate R. Pillar is the personified life of a caterpillar as she plays with her friends, plans an adventure that she expects her friends to participate in, but when they don't, she decides to go alone. Many things happen to her on this journey including turning into Madame B. Utterfly. She reunites with her friends in her different form. With her new freedom of flight she is [...]
 
Book: Damned from Memory by Sparky McLaughlin
Damned from Memory, a confidential expose by an ex -narcotics agent traces the links from drug transit zones to the streets of the east coast, with straight lines to the White House, State Department, and the CIA following the truth; however inconvenient it is for a Washington heavyweight photographed at a fundraiser where illegal contributions were amassed from persons with ties to drug [...]
 
Book: Cathedral of Dreams by Terry Persun
"Cathedral of Dreams" won the ForeWord Reviews Book of the Year Finalist Award. In Newcity, everyone is content. Bad feelings are not allowed, because your monitoring chip will alert the police to bring you in for treatment. Getting better is mandatory. Unchecked emotions made the world outside Newcity dangerous, unruly, and violent. At least that's the official story in Newcity. Keith knows [...]
 
Book: From Junk to Jesus, In the Blink of an Eye by John Michael Weber
From Junk to Jesus, In the Blink of an Eye is an autobiographical book detailing one man's journey from sin to Salvation. Beginning at age 12 and continuing until the age 42, John Michael Weber lived a life of drug addiction. He details a day in the life of a heroin junkie at the very bottom knocking on the gates of Hell to get out and leads to the day when God opened the gates and let him out. [...]
 
Book: Staying Clean, Taking Medications by Ken Montrose
This workbook outlines five steps for taking medications. It provides exercises to explore the need for medications, and asks the reader to take stock of his or her recovery. A brief outline of the steps follows. The first step is to stop taking anything not prescribed for you. This includes alcohol and other drugs, over-the-counter medications, and anything prescribed for your spouse or [...]
 
Book: The Ballad of Charlie & Horse by Mark Stewart
A Story of sex, drugs and rock n roll, The Ballad of Charlie & Horse charts the meteoric rise and fall of a young rock star: Shane Fisher. Initially shy and introvert a friend persuades him to form a band and play the local bars. But no one could have expected the rise to fame and fortune that follows or the havoc his rising star leaves in his wake as Shane hurtles into the depths of drug [...]
 
Book: Hauling it to the Curb - Cleaning up your life in early recovery by Ken Montrose
This 160 page workbook helps newcomers explore their denial, deal with early recovery, and work the first five steps of AA/NA. In addition to practical advice and thought-provoking exercises, this book tells the story of Matt and Rachel, a young couple in early recovery. Some of us are born into a dump. Our parents have filled our homes with loads of emotional garbage. Every room holds memories [...]
 
Book: Reckless Beginnings by Tina Hogan Grant
A sister that runs away and simply vanishes - A forbidden love affair - Turmoil between a father and daughter - An eviction with nowhere to go - A dark secret - Lies and deceit - Drugs, abuse & violence - Hope - Tammy Mellows, a fourteen-year-old native of England, was shocked when her father and troubled older sister, Donna, moved to the States. With her family now separated by divorce and [...]
 
Book: Starsky & Hutch Next Gen - Episodes 1-8 by Tammy Ruggles
Starsky & Hutch Next Gen Series. (Each episode is a transformative work that contains no characters from the original TV series Starsky and Hutch, and is not endorsed or associated with Sony Pictures Television, Warner Brothers, or other rights holders). INTRODUCTION/BACKSTORY - Not only are Davis Starsky and Kent Hutchinson young, single detectives with the Bay City Police Department in [...]
 
Book: FOR EVERY ACTION There Are Consequences (Pepper Bibeau Mystery Book 1) by Gail M Baugniet
Everyone calls me Pepper. My full name is Kai-Ena Lehua Bibeau. Mom chose a baptismal name that reflected her Hawaiian ancestry. Uncle Fred picked the confirmation name for his own reasons. My dad, known for his easy wit, came up with the nickname. He died shortly after I turned four. That's when Mom moved the two of us across the Pacific to Wisconsin and I met Rick. At fifteen, I gave birth to a [...]
 
Book: My Plan to Ruin Your Life - The first workbook written by your addiction by Ken Montrose
My Plan To Ruin Your Life is a workbook geared to help people struggling to see how their addiction controls them. The voice of the workbook is the reader's addiction. ADDICTION'S INTRODUCTION - Don't be mad, I'm here to improve your chances of staying sober. I wrote this workbook to tell you exactly how I plan to destroy your life, just to see if that would make the game a little more [...]
 
Book: Sweet Melissa - Destination Unknown (Book Four 4) by Susan Segovia-Munoz
It's difficult to understand why an addict cannot "just stop" using drugs. What is even more perplexing is when "you" are the addict. It is so easy to get caught up in the viscous cycle of addiction yet so hard to escape the demon's dungeon and to let go of it's evil grasping hand. Time passes by, sometimes slow and sometimes all too quickly. All the while sucking you further down, down, down [...]
 
Book: Sweet Melissa - What's So Sweet About Melissa? (Book Two 2) by Susan Segovia-Munoz
Why am I so dumb? Why can't I see what I am doing to myself? Why do bad things keep happening to me? I don't think I will ever get out of this nightmare of a so-called life, and sometimes I feel as though I would be better off dead. I am more alone than I have ever been before. I choose drugs over shelter. I am homeless and I am walking the streets of Los Angeles. I am scarred, torn, and [...]
 
Book: Sweet Melissa - Caged, But Free (Book Five 5) by Susan Segovia-Munoz
I guess some people are just stubborn or maybe they just refuse to let anyone help them because they don't believe that they have a real problem. They have lived a certain way for so long that they don't even remember any sort of normalcy. They believe that they are living proof that they have gotten the lifestyle of an addict down to perfection. They have learned what to do and what not to do. [...]
 
Book: Sweet Melissa - Behind Bars (Book Three 3) by Susan Segovia-Munoz
Roses are red. Violets are blue. If you shoot too much HEROIN, You'll soon be blue too... I can't stop using heroin. I spent nine months in the hole all by myself and I still want to use. What's wrong with me? I need to get high. I overdosed in another inmate's cell - blue - and was left alone to die in prison. I don't know why, but heroin is the only thing that I want.
 
Book: Players - A Detectives Seagate and Miner Mystery (Book 7) by Mike Markel
The death of Lake Williams, a former football player at Central Montana State, in his squalid tent in a homeless camp looks to Seagate and Miner like a routine heroin overdose. Soon, however, they discover that someone hired a courier to deliver the uncut heroin, knowing that Lake would shoot up and die instantly. When a second body turns up, and then a third, the evidence points to the head [...]
 
Book: Dead in a Dumpster - Leah Norwood Mystery #1 by B. L. Blair
A dead body, a missing shipment of heroin, and a sexy chief of police. When Leah Norwood finds the body of Isabel Meeks in the dumpster behind her store, she can't believe the police consider her a suspect. Sure, she didn't like Isabel, but then again, neither did anyone else. Isabel had a condescending attitude and a bad reputation. As manager of the antique store, Patina, she had made a lot of [...]
 
Book: Sweet Melissa - Shine On You Crazy Junkie a memoir (Book Six 6) by Susan Segovia-Munoz
After decades of heroin addiction and crime the author finally wakes up as reality strikes her hard in the gut. She is chained to her deathbed with correctional officers by her side. The doctor has told her that there is nothing more they can do for her and she will most likely die within a few days.
 
Book: Gateway To Death by Laurie Pailes-Lindeman
The world we live in is riddled with drugs. Take this journey with one mother who found out by text message that her daughter was using heroin. Go through the process that most parents go through while their child fights addiction. Behavioral cues that parents can be aware of and help them stop before it starts. This book will give you insight into the drugs that are reaching everyone today.
 
Book: Partners - Loveland, Indiana - Protection Investigations by Tammy Ruggles
If you've ever wondered what it's like to walk in the shoes of a child or adult protection investigator, this book will give you some insight. It covers real cases in a fictional way, and doesn't sugarcoat anything. You'll follow the everyday cases of social workers Andrea Bach and Jenny Ritchie as they investigate child abuse, domestic violence, sexual abuse, rape, and other cases typical of a [...]
 
Book: Peace by A D Koboah
Peace Osei is young, beautiful - and addicted to heroin; the only thing that can keep painful past memories at bay. But when a face from the past re-enters her life demanding answers to questions she is not ready to face, it threatens to send Peace swimming deeper into self-destructive waters. Having spent so long drifting away from the real world, can Peace find the strength to face the past and [...]
 
Book: Up From Down - A True Story Of Recovery From Addiction by Ted Adamson
Up from Down is not a book about gloom and doom, but an inspirational book that offers hope to all who have faltered. Strung out on heroin, Ted Adamson began his journey with a Swat team descending on a pharmacy to stop his wild rampage in search of drugs. From the cruelty in the county jail to race riots in state prison, the hard, gritty life of a drug addict is portrayed in all its real-world [...]
 
Book: Blue Baja by David Joseph Holleman
Blue Baja is a saga which spans more than forty years. It is a story of good, evil, murder and revenge. The anti-hero, Euthel Brewer is a foundling raised by a mafia assassin. Brewer becomes a successful physician but the past reaches out and catches him up in tragedy. He forsakes all and flees to Baja, California where he becomes a heroin addict. Attempting suicide he is rescued by beautiful [...]
 
Book: Caskets and Corruption by Cindy A. Christiansen
All portrait artist Lizzie Cantrell wanted was a change in careers to avoid consoling bereaved families and dealing with death. She didn't know she'd end up stealing a dead body and a casket full of heroin and running from the drug cartel. She also didn't know she'd end up on the 6 o'clock news wanted for grand theft auto, robbery and assault on a police officer. And to top it off, she must deal [...]
 
Book: Old Poison - A Diana Hunter Thriller by Joan Francis
When PI Diana hunter strips away multiple layers of deception and false leads she learns that Evelyn Lilac's novel, The Martian Diary, is more than science fiction. Hidden within this fantastic story are allegation of corporate greed and crime that could lead to ecological disaster. When Evelyn is murdered in the same bazar manner as her fictional heroin, Diana finds herself at the vortex of a [...]
 
Book: Vampires In Paradise - A Tale of Love, Blood & Addiction by Steven D. Riley
October, 2000 - A new millennium finds Aaron Michaels six months into his sobriety after a lifetime of heroin addiction. Now, he's just taking things one day at a time. He wakes to the thump of the morning paper against his door, and discovers more than he ever bargained for when he steps outside in the damp, predawn San Diego morning to retrieve it; where he witnesses the vampire Lydia feeding [...]
 
Book: Scorch (WHB MC club Book 1) by Laurie Pailes-Lindeman
Synopsis - When undercover DEA agent Baylor Horton is sent to the Boston Division to infiltrate a local outlaw motorcycle club known as the White Horse gang he isn't prepared for the feisty bad ass biker that knocks him on his ass. Lita Harkins AKA ( BB) has been on Bikes her whole life. Her dad is the President of the White Horse Motorcycle club and Lita is his whole life. Lita loves life in the [...]
 


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