October 9, 2020 | Posted in Uncategorized
This is a story of addiction, decline, recovery and family. It is also the very embodiment of empathy.
In Lost in Ghost Town, Dr. Carder Stout recounts a middle-class upbringing and a childhood of privilege, at least from outside appearances. Underneath was a family history of alcoholism and crime that shape Stout’s destiny – or at least until he could take control of his own life journey.