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White Out by Michael W. Clune

White Out

Description : Presents a candid account of the author's descent into heroin addiction, describing the drug's effect on his memory, the loss of his career, and the road to recovery.

Subtitle : The Secret Life of Heroin

Authors : Michael W. Clune

Published Date : 2013

Publisher : Hazelden Publishing

ISBN : 9781616492083

Page : 261 Pages

Categories : Biography & Autobiography

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Filesize: 1 MB

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