Heroin by Allan B. Cobb, Ronald J. Brogan
  

Heroin

Written by Allan B. Cobb, Ronald J. Brogan
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Part of the Junior Drug Awareness Series

RRP £31.95

Synopsis

Heroin by Allan B. Cobb, Ronald J. Brogan

Heroin, the highly addictive drug made from opium poppies, has been used as a recreational drug since ancient times. Users are attracted to it for its euphoric effects. Yet, even casual users risk addiction - a hard habit to break because of the physical and psychological withdrawal symptoms. Heroin examines the history of the drug and how it's made and trafficked, as well as why users find it so difficult to shake their sometimes deadly addiction.

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Format

Hardback
112 pages

Author

Allan B. Cobb, Ronald J. Brogan
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Publisher

Chelsea House Publishers

Publication date

1st November 2008

ISBN

9780791097496


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