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Dragon King's Daughter by Denice Fawcett

Dragon King's Daughter

by Denice Fawcett

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Denice Fawcett was born into a dysfunctional family. She, like her older sisters before her, was sexually molested by their domineering grandfather. Her father was a weakling and drunk; her brother was a druggie who committed suicide. Denice had her own troubles. She moved to Brooklyn to live with her sister, got involved with a fast crowd of musicians and addicts, became a heroin addict in the midst of various sexual liaisons. She was finally rescued from this tailspin by chanting Buddhism. Writing helped her find a new life. Clean and sober now, her story concludes with hope for a stable future.

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