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The Howard Marks' Book Of Dope Stories (edition 2001)

by Howard Marks

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This will be a totally different kind of anthology to anything we've seen before, filled with everything but the predictable. Howard Marks has gathered together all of the unpublished material sent to him over the years from drug users, traffickers, smugglers, prisoners; people from all walks of life. Along with such insightful, funny and original work Marks will add his own personal collection of some of the best contemporary writing on drugs.… (more)
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Title:The Howard Marks' Book Of Dope Stories
Authors:Howard Marks
Info:Vintage (2001), Paperback, 400 pages
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This will be a totally different kind of anthology to anything we've seen before, filled with everything but the predictable. Howard Marks has gathered together all of the unpublished material sent to him over the years from drug users, traffickers, smugglers, prisoners; people from all walks of life. Along with such insightful, funny and original work Marks will add his own personal collection of some of the best contemporary writing on drugs.

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