HEROIN HORROR God's Own Medicine Two [NOOK Book]

Overview

It is summer in the terribly hot stinking southside Chicago slaughterhouse that is now a Heroin shooting gallery, and the older of three Heroin addicts is telling the other two, a man and a woman, about this place they are in.

The addicts are sittng on utterly filthy burst open mattresses, covered with thick black stinking crusts. The crusts are made of every filth the sick human body can produce, and in some cases also made of what was left of the dead bodies.

"There were ...

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HEROIN HORROR God's Own Medicine Two

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Overview

It is summer in the terribly hot stinking southside Chicago slaughterhouse that is now a Heroin shooting gallery, and the older of three Heroin addicts is telling the other two, a man and a woman, about this place they are in.

The addicts are sittng on utterly filthy burst open mattresses, covered with thick black stinking crusts. The crusts are made of every filth the sick human body can produce, and in some cases also made of what was left of the dead bodies.

"There were lepers living here, and when parts of their bodies rotted away and fell off, they were incorporated into the thick stinking mattress crusts. When they finally died, what was left also incorporated."

So begins Phillip Duke's continuation masterpiece of his best-selling "HEROIN God's Own Medicine." In it a cannibal pusher tells a junkie, "I never heard screaming like that, since I was a kid, and the hogs ate Grandma."

Whether or not you have read "HEROIN God's Own Medicine," you will enjoy reading "HEROIN HORROR God's Own Medicine Two."

The subject of Heroin horror is not for everyone. If reading about the utterly depraved and horror filled lives of Heroin addicts may offend you, please do not read these books.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940016386003
  • Publisher: Phillip Duke
  • Publication date: 3/15/2013
  • Sold by: Draft2Digital
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 105 KB

Meet the Author

Phillip Duke Ph.D. grew up and went to school in Southern California, where he earned the B.S. in Chemistry from UCLA and the Ph.D. in Experimental Pathology from the USC School of Medicine's Department of Pathology. His interests include drug and alcohol addiction, and he taught addiction counselors. Now retired, he writes full time, and has published 24 books.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 30, 2012

    Absolutely amazing, best quality story telling, from a master st

    Absolutely amazing, best quality story telling, from a master story teller. This is by far the best book on heroin addiction I have ever read. If you like reading about heroin addiction and heroin addicts, you will love reading these extremely vivid descriptions of heroin addiction, heroin addict depravities, and heroin horrors. The actions build up to a climax that is simply ghastly beyond words. This book will definitely be a favorite of all readers in the heroin addiction genre. I highly recommend it, without any reservation.

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