Until you’ve consumed all of the best Drug Dealer books, can you even claim to be a true fan?
- Drug Dealer, MD: How Doctors Were Duped, Patients Got Hooked, and Why It’s So Hard to Stop (2016)
- How to be a Drug Dealer (2014)
- Drug Dealer: Parts 1 & 2 (2004)
- Bruno: Conversations with a Brazilian Drug Dealer (2015)
- Queer: A Novel (1987)
- Dorm Room Dealers: Drugs and the Privileges of Race and Class (2011)
- Dopesick: Dealers, Doctors, and the Drug Company that Addicted America (2019)
- Doctor Dealer: The Rise and Fall of an All-American Boy and His Multimillion-Dollar Cocaine Empire (2000)
- A Day in the Life of A Camden City Drug Dealer (2018)
- Summary of Dopesick: Dealers, Doctors, and the Drug Company that Addicted America by Beth Macy: Conversation Starters (2019)
- Still Candy Shopping (2010)
- Original Gangster: The Real Life Story of One of America’s Most Notorious Drug Lords (2011)
- Code of the Suburb: Inside the World of Young Middle-Class Drug Dealers (Fieldwork Encounters and Discoveries) (2015)
- Drugs Across the Spectrum (2013)
- Prisoner of Dreams: Confessions of a Harlem Drug Dealer (2013)
Three out of four people addicted to heroin probably started on a prescription opioid, according to the director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. In the United States alone, 16,000 people die each year as a result of prescription opioid overdose. But perhaps the most frightening aspect of the prescription drug epidemic is that it’s built on well-meaning doctors treating patients with real problems.In Drug Dealer, MD, Dr.
How to be a Drug Dealer (2014)
Are you tired of working all day and night without having anything to show for it? Would you like to be able to afford a vacation, or just be your own boss? This book will do just that by teaching you How to be a Drug Dealer! Are you already a drug dealer, but want to expand your business? Look no further than this book to help you increase your profits and grow your empire!
Drug Dealer: Parts 1 & 2 (2004)
“Drug Dealer” parts 1&2, is the movie that you must read. This two part novel is the first double book ever written in the genre of urban fiction. The story line itself is based on a character named Tyrell Nobles (Ty) who at a very young age becomes exposed to the game of selling cocaine.
In the 1980s a poor farmer's son from Recife, Brazil, joined the Brazilian navy and began selling cocaine. After his arrest in Rio de Janeiro he spent the next eight years in prison, where he joined the Comando Vermelho criminal faction and eventually became one of its leaders. Robert Gay tells this young man's dramatic and captivating story in Bruno.
Queer: A Novel (1987)
For more than three decades, while its writer’s world fame increased, remained unpublished because of its forthright depiction of homosexual longings. Set in the corrupt and spectral Mexico City of the forties, is the story of William Lee, a man afflicted with both acute heroin withdrawal and romantic and sexual yearnings for an indifferent user named Eugene Allerton.
Why do affluent, upwardly mobile college students – who have everything to lose and little to gain – choose to sell drugs? Why do law enforcement officers largely overlook drug dealing on college campuses? With rich, lively details, A. Rafik Mohamed and Erik Fritsvold deliver unprecedented insight into the world of college drug dealers – and offer an important corrective to the traditional distorted view of the US drug trade as primarily involving poor minorities.
In this extraordinary work, Beth Macy takes us into the epicenter of a national drama that has unfolded over two decades.
Doctor Dealer: The Rise and Fall of an All-American Boy and His Multimillion-Dollar Cocaine Empire (2000)
Doctor Dealer is the story of Larry Lavin, a bright, charismatic young man who rose from his working-class upbringing to win a scholarship to a prestigious boarding school, earn Ivy League college and dental degrees, and buy his family a house in one of Philadelphia’s most exclusive suburbs. But behind the facade of his success was a dark secret — at every step of the way he was building the foundation for a cocaine empire that would grow to generate over $60 million in annual sales.
Dijuan “Don Juan” Ingles is a hand-to-hand drug dealer trying to make a name not only for himself, but also for his up-and-coming neighborhood which has long been struggling against their rivals for recognition and respect. Prior to his ‘hood being riddled with gunfire, Don Juan, along with two fellow hustlers, are determined to salvage the reputation of their neighborhood by avenging the violent transgression that had been acted out against them.
Summary of Dopesick: Dealers, Doctors, and the Drug Company that Addicted America by Beth Macy: Conversation Starters (2019)
Dopesick by Beth Macy takes a look at the central point of the opioid crisis in the United States. Opioid addiction has been a struggle for Americans for over twenty years. Macy takes the reader through the history of the opioid addiction crisis. She tells the stories of Americans whose lives have been greatly affected by prescription painkillers.
Still Candy Shopping (2010)
Faith Simmons checks into a rehab but quickly checks out after she receives bad news from her ex-husband. Back on the streets she will run into a new breed of sharks and her life will hang in the balance once again. #1,827,311 in Books (See Top 100 in Books) #14913 in African American Urban Fiction (Books) Would you like to ?If you are a seller for this product, would you like to ?
Code of the Suburb: Inside the World of Young Middle-Class Drug Dealers (Fieldwork Encounters and Discoveries) (2015)
When we think about young people dealing drugs, we tend to picture it happening on urban streets, in disadvantaged, crime-ridden neighborhoods. But drugs are used everywhere—even in upscale suburbs and top-tier high schools—and teenage users in the suburbs tend to buy drugs from their peers, dealers who have their own culture and code, distinct from their urban counterparts.
Drugs Across the Spectrum (2013)
An African American soldier returns home to New York City from the Vietnam War in the late 1960s. It is a time and turbulence and change. Racism is very much alive in America. Times are tough for a young black man in America, especially one who has fought for his country in an unpopular war. Rick Talley takes what he believes the only economic road open to him: drug dealing.
Best Drug Dealer Books You Must Read
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Dopesick: Dealers, Doctors, and the Drug Company that Addicted America
Author(s): Beth Macy
ID: 2254957, Publisher: Little, Brown and Company, Year: 2018, Size: 6 Mb, Format: epub
Drug dealer, MD: how doctors were duped, patients got hooked, and why it's so hard to stop
Author(s): Lembke, Anna
ID: 2714076, Publisher: Johns Hopkins University Press, Year: 2016, Size: 2 Mb, Format: epub
Bruno: Conversations with a Brazilian Drug Dealer
Author(s): Robert Gay
ID: 2290874, Publisher: Duke University Press, Year: 2015, Size: 2 Mb, Format: pdf
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