Iced: Crystal Meth : the Biography of North America's Deadliest New Plague

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Key Porter Books, 2007 - Health & Fitness - 255 pages
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This is the first book to expose every aspect of the epidemic for the general reader. From the perspective of experts in drug addiction and doctors, law enforcement, and stories from addicts and former addicts, Iced is a scary but compelling portrait of a seductive killer.

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Contents

TABLE OF CONTENTS
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WHO WOULDNT WANT BETTER SEX?
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NOTHING SUCCEEDS LIKE EXCESSI THE CARTELS
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About the author (2007)

Jerry Langton grew up in Hamilton, where he wrote for "The Hamilton Spectator," He also contributed to "Maclean's," After a move to New York, he became the deputy editor for "The Daily News," Having returned to Toronto, Langton is a freelance writer whose work appears regularly in "The Globe & Mail" and "The Toronto Star,

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