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The stories in this book collectively describe the horrors of the world drug abusers find themselves in. For some, there's hope while others wait for their date with the hangman with no chance of a reprieve. The addicts are not alone: teachers, parents, children, lawmen, traffickers and counsellors tell their side of this complex and sad story. This inspirational collection will challenge you to re-examine your views on drug abuse, crime and punishmnet and even life and death.
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Dawn Tan is an award-winning journalist who has worked in newspapers and magazines in Singapore and the United Kingdom, including The Picaddilly Post, Euromoney and the Business Times. Broken Mirror is her second book. Her first, Khamleon: The Elyamani Khamis Story, was published in 1993. Dawn has a passion for wildlife and spends much time tracking tigers and elephants in the jungles of India.
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Book Description Angsana Books, 2000. Paperback. Condition: Used; Good. Fast Dispatch. Expedited UK Delivery Available. Excellent Customer Service. Seller Inventory # BBI1243821