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My Books

Little Book of Heroin
Little Book of Heroin
Little Book of Heroin
Heroin User's Handbook
Little Book of Heroin
Little Book of Opium
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This website started as means to publicize the hardcopy books that I was having published. Of course, over time, the website took on a life of its own, and any promotion of my hardcopy work is now purely incidental. But make no mistake, I am proud of the books I have written. When I found out that The Little Book of Heroin was selling well to high school libraries, I was thrilled. The reason is that I want to educate people about heroin and the opioids. I love the idea that high school students have access to objective information, instead of the drug "education" books that fill most high school libraries--hysterical information that more often glorify the drug than anything.

Thus far, I have published three books. One of the books, the one about opium was co-written with my wife, The Helper. Other books are in the pipeline, however. The links below give you overviews of the books along with corrections and updates.

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From my extensive experience reading drug books, I have found these books fall into one of three categories:

  1. Professional Books These are books written for and by doctors. Often, they have a lot of really valuable information; the problem is that they are highly technical. I have a Ph.D. in physics and most of the time, I have to work very hard to decipher these kinds of books.
  2. Anti-Drug Propaganda These books appear to present objective information about drugs but instead they are entirely rhetorical. Such books can be dangerous. Take, for example, Heroin by Sandra Lee Smith. This book is aimed at teens and their parents. It paints a picture of heroin as this evil drug that teens cannot help but encounter. It is melodrama masquerading as objective information. In this case, the author has no credentials. In many cases, the author has impressive qualifications and this makes the situation even worse.
  3. Pro-Drug Propaganda Although these books are just as subjective as their anti-drug counterparts, they have the advantage that they are up-front about their purpose. These are books that show how to grow marijuana or make opium tea, or clean street cocaine.

The books that I have written fall most closely into category 3, but they are not propaganda. I have tried my best to show the good and bad aspects of drug taking. I don't want people to take drugs but if they are taking them, I want them to know how to do it properly and safely.

Little Book of Heroin
Little Book of Heroin
Little Book of Heroin
Heroin User's Handbook
Little Book of Heroin
Little Book of Opium

by Dr. H © 2002
Last Modified: 14 January 2004


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