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A self-help audiobook like no other. From the author of the best-selling Hard Time, and seen on Locked Up Abroad, Shaun Attwood took his business degree to Phoenix, Arizona, where he became an award winning stockbroker and then a millionaire day trader during the dot-com bubble. But Shaun became greedy and lost sight of what was important. He threw raves and distributed Ecstasy grossing $25 million. Before being convicted of money laundering and drug dealing, he served 26 months in the infamous jail system run by the notorious Sheriff Joe Arpaio. Lessons from a Drug Lord is his account of the time Shaun spent submerged in a nightmarish world of drugs and gangs, insect infested cells with food unfit for animals and the lessons he learned from his choices. His teachings will force you to re-examine your life and what is truly important.

©2014 Shaun Attwood (P)2014 Gildan Media LLC

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  • joey muniz
  • 14-11-2019

huge let down

didnt like it at all to much jumping around over and over , i had high hopes .

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