The Acid Diary
By Dan Spencer
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Published: Jan. 14, 2009
Words: 81,220 (approximate)
San Francisco, 1967: the Summer of Love is over. The Haight Ashbury is in shambles. Evan Dunne's brother is murdered in a drug deal gone wrong. But he wasn't a drug dealer. Nothing adds up.
He leaves behind a diary that describes a grand conspiracy against the counter culture. Shadowy men seek the journal, but Evan risks his life to expose the truth and avenge his brother's death.
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