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The Confessions of a Drug Addicted Daughter:…

The Confessions of a Drug Addicted Daughter: Society's Child

by Fern Moore

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This is a true story of drug addition. If you are unaware of what can happen to a young person whose life was destroyed by becoming a drug addict, I hope you will read Susans life story. This book has great input from the addict, my daughter, on when she started, on how she started, and why she started using drugs. Her letters are insightful as are her confessions, never before told. If I can help even one child avoid the life my daughter has led, it will be worth the agony I have spent in reliving Susans life which has been destroyed by the use of drugs.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:24:28 -0400)

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