by Darren R. Hawkins
Publisher: Wincing at Light Books 2008
Number of pages: 154
A novel of addiction, recovery and the social cost of substance abuse treatment. It’s a novel about redemption. And failure. A story of small mistakes, smaller victories and the unintended consequences of decisions made in the name of emotional health. It is a novel without car chases.
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