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Anderson, Scott Thomas
Shadow people : how meth-driven crime is eating at the heart of rural America / Scott Thomas Anderson
Alternate Title How meth-driven crime is eating at the heart of rural America
Folsom, CA : Coalition for Investigative Journalism, c2011
book jacket
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 3rd Floor  HV5825 .A643 2011    AVAILABLE
Subject(s) Drug abuse and crime
Drug abuse -- Social aspects -- United States
Methamphetamine abuse -- United States
Methamphetamine abuse -- Social aspects -- United States
Physical Description [191] p. ; 20 cm
Summary "Sleepless an paranoid, methamphetamine addicts often see "shadow people" in the darkest hours of the night. Yet it is the addicts themselves that cast a shadow over the most peaceful corners of America, driven in large numbers to commit fraud, identity theft, burglary, domestic violence, elder abuse, child abuse, assault and murder. In 2010, award-winning journalist Scott Thomas Anderson began to explore the link between crime and methamphetamine, spending sixteen months as an embedded reporter with rural county law enforcement agencies and traveling to dozens of small towns battling the epidemic across the United states. The result is Shadow People, an unflinching look at the havoc and heartache meth spawns in the open countryside--a window to how the drug is threatening America's wide-open spaces, fueling crimes against citizens, breaking families apart, devastating innocent children and tearing away at the psyche of each community through which it spreads."--P. [4] of cover
Alternate Author Coalition for Investigative Journalism

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