Meth a Memoir by Wayne Huffman

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Meth: a Memoir is both raw and disturbing. Written from within the confines of prison walls, the author gives an unflinching look at a life surrounded by drugs and drug use. It is a no holds barred, no feelings spared story that drags you, kicking and screaming, through the inner realms of the meth world. As an addict and meth cook, the author knows that there are aspects to the meth lifestyle that can only be understood by experiencing it for yourself. To help you understand this sub-culture, and those who call that world home, the author will take you into the meth world as no one else has ever done before. Everyone in America is affected by meth in one way or another. That simple fact makes this book a MUST READ.
 

About Wayne Huffman

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Wayne Huffman has lived every level of meth addiction, from casual user to one of four ‘alleged’ leaders of a methamphetamine manufacturing and distribution organization that included over 250 known members and spanned several states. Wayne began his career as a meth cook in east Tennessee where he has made his home for the last 23 years.
 
Published November 28, 2013 by Midnight Express Books. 292 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Crime. Non-fiction

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