Seattle Meth and Car Theft

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Xlibris Corporation, Feb 16, 2011 - Biography & Autobiography - 288 pages

"This is a story of how I got started on meth and how quickly things spun out
of control until I was living on the streets which eventually progressed into
crime while living out of stolen cars. The cycle of drugs, crime, and prison
goes on for years, finally I hit treatment. After treatment I find success and
a new way to live until I relapse but I look at addiction through a new set of
eyes.
I humanized the addict but would never ask for the reader’s sympathy
because this is a story solely written to exploit the underground drug world
and property crimes of addicts. This book is meant to give society a raw and
uncut look into a car thief’s world. Exposing reasons of why cars are stolen,
how they are stolen, and what happens to cars after they are stolen. An inside
look into street crime.
This story is engaging from the very first page and leaves the reader always
wanting more. Targeting anyone who has had someone close to them with
a meth addiction and more importantly, for those who live in cities and own
a vehicle."

 

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Contents

PROLOGUE
7
CHAPTER 1
11
CHAPTER 2
15
CHAPTER 3
18
CHAPTER 4
29
CHAPTER 5
32
CHAPTER 6
38
CHAPTER 7
44
CHAPTER 23
131
CHAPTER 24
142
CHAPTER 25
144
CHAPTER 26
158
CHAPTER 27
162
CHAPTER 28
167
CHAPTER 29
175
CHAPTER 30
180

CHAPTER 8
50
CHAPTER 9
58
CHAPTER 10
62
CHAPTER 11
67
CHAPTER 12
71
CHAPTER 13
74
CHAPTER 14
79
CHAPTER 15
83
CHAPTER 16
88
CHAPTER 17
90
CHAPTER 18
95
CHAPTER 19
99
CHAPTER 20
105
CHAPTER 21
112
CHAPTER 22
121
CHAPTER 31
184
CHAPTER 32
190
CHAPTER 33
197
CHAPTER 34
207
CHAPTER 35
220
CHAPTER 36
228
CHAPTER 37
239
CHAPTER 38
251
CHAPTER 39
258
CHAPTER 40
272
CHAPTER 41
279
CHAPTER 42
284
CHAPTER 43
287
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