Cafe Junkie Episode 1

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Junkie: A Cal Rogan Mystery
Junkie: A Cal Rogan Mystery
Cal Rogan, former rising star detective, fired from the Police Department because of his heroin addiction, wakes up in a squalid alley with blood all over his jacket and no memory of how it got there. It is Saturday, the day on which he has a supervised visit with his seven-year-old daughter Ellie, whom he adores. During the visit she innocently asks him, “Being a junkie’s a good thing, right Daddy?” This shifts something deep in Cal’s psyche and he determines to face the horrors of detox and the humiliation of rehab. Then he finds Kevin, his best friend from his old life, dead. His former colleagues tell him that it was suicide but Cal knows Kevin would never kill himself and vows to get justice for him. Cal’s mission takes the reader into the world of the streets and the quirky characters who inhabit them, the world of the drug gangs who prey on them and the multi-millionaire criminals who control them.

"The assembled hordes of Genghis Khan couldn't get through that door, and believe me, they've tried!"
"The assembled hordes of Genghis Khan couldn't get through that door, and believe me, they've tried!"
I completely fell in love with this blue door. I was very confident that it would lead to something bigger on the inside. {Whovians will understand me}
Episode 1 - "Jedi Force" Found
Episode 1 - "Jedi Force" Found
Found this weekend: Star Wars - Jedi Force figure for Episode 1, Qui-Gon Jinn & Obi-Wan Kenobi, and Darth Maul & Sith Speeder
cafe junkie episode 1
cafe junkie episode 1
Junky: The Definitive Text of 'Junk' (Penguin Modern Classics)
Burroughs' first novel, a largely autobiographical account of the constant cycle of drug dependency, cures and relapses, remains the most unflinching, unsentimental account of addiction ever written. Through junk neighbourhoods in New York, New Orleans and Mexico City, through time spent kicking, time spent dealing and time rolling drunks for money, through junk sickness and a sanatorium, "Junky" is a field report (by a writer trained in anthropology at Harvard) from the American post-war drug underground. A cult classic, it has influenced generations of writers with its raw, sparse and unapologetic tone. This definitive edition painstakingly recreates the author's original text word for word.