U.S. Senate, Committee on Governmental Affairs, Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations
Washington, DC: GPO, 1981.
630, wraps, tables, appendix. more
New York: Dell Publishing Company, Inc, 1951.
First edition in the Dell 10 cents series. Dell Book # 11. "A cheap and evil girl sets a hopped-up killer against a city." Very more
DE LENOIR, Cecil
New York: Claude Kendall, 1934.
First Edition. 'Through the underworld of dope in New York, Hollywood, London and Paris. Despite this constant craving for drugs there still remained a spark more
NARCOTICS NARRATIVE] DELEEUW, Hendrik
New York: Lee Furman, Inc, 1939.
First Edition. "A revelation of the vast and menacing traffic in narcotic drugs. A vivid travel record of his voyages and explorations penetrating the hell-holes more
NARCOTICS FICTION] MANNERS, J. Hartly
New York: Dodd, Mead and Company, 1916.
First Edition. Preface by Charles B. Towns. A play focused entirely on addiction to heroin, morphine and cocaine and their cures, with the protagonists being more
New York: Basic Books, .
24 cm, 482, diagrams, tables, appendices, index, promotional material laid in. more
U.S. General Accounting Office, National Security and International Affairs Division
Washington, DC: GAO, 1996.
28 cm, 28, wraps, footnotes, table, appendices more
U.S. House of Representatives, Committee on Government Reform, Subcommittee on Criminal Justice, Drug Policy, & Human Resources
Washington, DC: GPO, 2001.
24 cm, 160, wraps, illus. Serial No. 106-132. more
GILSON, Captain Charles
New York: Dodd, Mead and Co, 1921.
First Edition. Adventure novel intended for young adults. "An American from Paradise City, Nevada, has reached China on a trip around the world. While there more
BENNET, Robert Ames
Chicago: A. C. McClurg and Co, 1925.
First Edition. St. John dustjacket art. A surprisingly atypical western novel of a cowpuncher who gets himself involved in Hollywood movie making and the use more
Ottawa: Graphic Publishers Limited, 1931.
First Edition. British Columbia set adventure novel of a rancher who discovers his neighbor uses his Chinese workers to run a "Dope" trafficking scheme. Almost more
London: Vintage, 2002.
313,  pages. Signed by author. Kevin Sampson is a British novelist, best known for his novels Awaydays (1998), Powder (1999) and Stars Are Stars more
New York: St. Martin's Press, 2000.
Glued binding. viii, , 338, p. Audience: General/trade. Allie, a narcotics courier and former addict, lives on the edge. She delivers her packages without question, more
New York: E. P. Dutton and Co, 1938.
First Edition stated. "Life in the native quarters, aboard the fast sailing opium clippers, in the English and American business houses in Canton. Eccentric missionaries, more
New York: William Morrow and Co, 1941.
First Edition. Lieberman dustjacket design. Uncommon title. "Claudia Bethune, raffish beauty on the verge of middle age adds scopolamin, the new drug that its discoverers more
SAVAGE, Richard Henry
Chicago: Rand McNally and Co, 1896.
Early or First Edition (jacket ads include titles published as late as 1904). Adventure novel of the Middle East, which includes a depiction of Naser more
Boston: L. C. Page and Co, 1907.
First Edition. Original brown cloth with white and blue illustration at front cover. Nautical adventure novel with front panel depiction of African sailors. 'Young Jack more
Duzan, Maria Jimena, and Eisner, Peter
New York: Harper Collins, c1994.
25 cm, 282, sticker residue on rear DJ, book slightly cocked, small black mark on bottom edge. more
New York: Atlantic Monthly Press, 2001.
296, illus., index, corner of one page turned. The U.S. manhunt for drug lord Pablo Escobar, from the acclaimed author of "Black Hawk Down. " more
New York: Norton, c1998.
22 cm, 320, crease in front DJ. more