Book Continues to Educate People and Society on the Effects of Cocaine

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“Crack Cocaine” by author In Deep is an engaging book that tells a cautionary story to inform readers about cocaine’s impact not only to their lives, but also to civilization

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Author In Deep continues to provide significant information and caution that will benefit humanity not only today but also in the many decades to come in his published book titled Crack Cocaine: The Enemy of this Age. Made available through Xlibris since May 2009, this book dramatizes the effects of drug abuse and how it can corrupt the life of an invidual and the future of humanity.

This book is a cautionary story about cocaine’s effects not only on the human mind and body, but also on the community and society. It follows the exploits of a young person who discovers the drug through peers who have access to it as well as supplies of it. Through the protagonist’s eyes, readers will witness a lively portrayal of drug abuse, fragile relationships and personal conflicts. By dealing with addiction, rage and the pains of rehabilitation, this release captures the consequences of drug abuse with in-depth details.

Informative and eye-opening, Crack Cocaine: The Enemy of this Age lets readers know and understand that every individual has a choice to meet destiny and to do that, focus and determination are essential to overcome challenges.

For more information on this book, interested parties may log on to http://www.xlibris.com.

About the Author
In Deep was born on November 2, 1952 at Rocky Mount, North Carolina.

Crack Cocaine * by In Deep
The Enemy of this Age
Publication Date: May 26, 2009
Trade Paperback; $22.94; 530 pages; 978-1-4134-5791-9
Trade Hardback; $33.29; 530 pages; 978-1-4134-5792-6

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