"That's Easy for You to Say": Memoirs of a Smoker, Laryngectomee and Public Speaker.
iUniverse, Jun 10, 2010 - Biography & Autobiography - 92 pages
A graphic tale of addiction versus the deadly threat of cancer where noboy wins. If the addiction doesn't get you, the disease will. Willets writes from the heart when he describes his present circumstances "self inflicted. You will travel from the heights of elation to the depths of despair.
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