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reviewed Lifelong Sobriety. December 27, 2013
Lifelong Sobriety
Why are some people able to permanently give up drugs or alcohol, and start to turn their lives around, and some people just can't do it? Are those people destined to be alcoholics or junkies forever?   …
reviewed Lifelong Sobriety. December 27, 2013
Lifelong Sobriety
Why are some people able to permanently give up drugs or alcohol, and start to turn their lives around, and some people just can't do it? Are those people destined to be alcoholics or junkies forever?   …
reviewed 3 Steps to Recovery. April 20, 2012
3 Steps to Recovery
This is the story of one person's journey from alcoholism to recovery and sobriety.      Dan was your average native of the Boston, MA area. Dad worked as a subway janitor, and …
reviewed Addict at Ten: How I Overcame Addicti.... August 09, 2010
Addict at Ten: How I Overcame Addiction, Poverty,
There is only one reason why Derek Steele is not dead today: There was so much more left for him to do. Regardless of the situation he dealt with at home and the problems he called fo himself, something …
reviewed Addict at Ten: How I Overcame Addicti.... August 04, 2010
Addict at Ten: How I Overcame Addiction, Poverty,
I read alot of books on addiction and recovery and I have to say that this one is one of the scariest I have ever read.    From the first word - you get a total and complete sense …
posted a Quick Tip about The Hundredth Man. July 03, 2010
Think of Charles Manson and his gang with their murders. This group's actions have influenced the author.
reviewed The Hundredth Man. July 03, 2010
Young, Mobile Alabama Police Detective Carson Ryder is that rare man who searches in the dark places to find the answers he needs.       Ryder and his partner, Harry Nautilus …
reviewed "Revenge Served Cold" by Jacki Fullerton. June 21, 2010
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A good detective story always holds my attention and REVENGE SERVED COLD is no exception.  I had a hard time putting the book down as I wanted to know what would happen next.       …
reviewed Rolling With The Punches. June 03, 2010
Rolling With The Punches
Jamie Kerrik debuts with this catchy little novel ROLLING WITH THE PUNCHES, and while the adventures of this main character Joey Douglas include some challenging problems that are innately ugly and would …
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   In Jackie Fullerton's "Revenge Served Cold," Elliott Spruce has drinks with his old college friend, Ross Craig. Ross leaves the restaurant first and when Elliott leaves, he's run …
reviewed Rolling With The Punches. May 19, 2010
Rolling With The Punches
Kerrick, Jamie. "Rolling with Punches", Outskirts, 2010.    Listening to Dad    Amos Lassen    Joey Douglas's father always told him to roll …
reviewed Rolling With The Punches. May 19, 2010
Rolling With The Punches
Although there have been a few recent setbacks in the movement for gay rights, the situation is still substantially different that it was forty and fifty years ago. The author is a gay man in his mid …
reviewed Walking on Broken Glass - Shelfari. February 12, 2010
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Walking on Broken Glass by Christa Allan is a stunning debut novel that will leave readers breathless. Leah Thornton conceivably has everything: handsome husband, big house, successful career as a teacher, …
reviewed The Drinker. January 27, 2010
The Drinker
Riveting and devastating, The Drinker chronicles one man’s rapid descent from the heights—or at least the comfortable ledges—of middle-class respectability, down to the depths of alcoholic …
reviewed A Gentleman Drunk. November 28, 2009
A Gentleman Drunk
This is not a pleasant story, although the main character manages to go from being a drunk to a sober and recovering alcoholic. Taylor was an alcoholic from the point he took his first drink when he was …
posted a Quick Tip about The Upside of Fear. November 13, 2009
The Upside of Fear
The Upside of Fear, by Weldon Long, does a fine job of showing how anyone can change their life. Recommended.
reviewed The Upside of Fear. November 13, 2009
The Upside of Fear
This is the true story of one man’s journey from rags to riches. The author was a twenty-something alcoholic high school dropout; overall, a pretty dislikable person. One night, driving around in …
reviewed Intervention (TV show). December 15, 2008
Intervention
I started watching this show after a friend at work said it was good and recommend that I watch it.  At first I didn't think it would be all that great, but I watched an episode where a lady was …
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