Thursday, April 19, 2012 at 2:19 PM
In Portrait Of An Addict As A Young Man, Bill Clegg described his addiction to crack and his dramatic spiral of self-destruction that left him nearly broke and suicidal. His latest book, Ninety Days, picks up where that story left off. Clegg talks about his harrowing journey and second chances.
In Portrait Of An Addict As A Young Man, Bill Clegg described his addiction to crack and his dramatic spiral of self-destruction that left him nearly broke and suicidal. His latest book, Ninety Days, picks up where that story left off.
Clegg talks with NPR's John Donvan about his harrowing journey through recover, and the friends, family and fellow addicts who gave him second chances.
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