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Martin Booth


United Kingdom

Martin Booth wrote the nonfiction histories "Cannabis "and "Opium "and the novel "Hiroshima Joe, "among many other books. He began this memoir of his childhood after he was diagnosed with a brain tumor in 2002 and died shortly after completing the manuscript in 2004. An internationally known, Booker Prize--shortlisted novelist and writer, Booth was considered an authority on everything from the history of Chinese organized crime syndicates to the conservation of the African rhino. "Opium: A History" is regarded as the definitive book on the subject, and he is the author of eight other works of

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