Posts Tagged ‘ drugs ’

A Hitman’s Last Chance

April 12, 2013
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Imagine creating the perfect drug – all of the highs, none of the lows. No side effects, no painful physical withdrawal, no drawbacks. Or are there? Iain Cosgrove‘s thriller “The Storm Protocol ” takes us deep into the Louisiana bayou, Thomas Eugene O’Neill, a.k.a The Street, is an Irish immigrant mob enforcer, waiting patiently with his gun amidst the sweltering heat of a southern storm. His employers, Italian American druglords Guido and Ernesto Mancini, have…

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The Unique Courage of One Mother

October 24, 2012
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The New York Times once called Susan Torres “Single Mother, Creator of Miracles.” Susan’s story begins in Brooklyn, where she was raised in the ’60s in a drug infested, abusive home. She left home as a teenager, and soon was a mother herself. Against the odds, Susan extricated her young family from another drug-shadowed environment and a subsequent abusive relationship by dint of raw courage and determination. Her new memoir “Living on Three Spoons” chronicles…

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