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Lynn was the happy-go-lucky daughter of a Miami undercover narcotics agent-until her dad snuck out of their house in the dark of night without so much as a glance back. She never understood what happened to him until she was in high school, and he was in prison for drug smuggling. By then, Lynn was filling the emptiness he'd left in her life with a massive drug and alcohol habit of her own. It was the perfect setup for her to latch onto the only connection to her dad that remained once he was paroled from prison-cocaine. After a few years of abusing coke together, Lynn lost everything and everyone she ever cared about and was forced to choose between her father and her life.
Midnight Calling: A Memoir of a Drug Smuggler's Daughter is a true story about family bonds, addiction and the price of holding on when it's time to let go.
A true story that reads like fiction for fans of Educated, The Glass Castle and High Achiever. Brace yourself for this read.