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This chapter focuses on the author's relationship with American jazz musician, Chet Baker. It highlights Baker's addiction to heroin, explaining that although he went into self-destruct mode, his need for heroin was never shaken and he consumed about two grams a day. The chapter also discusses the author's experience of being arrested by a French narcotics agent after a heroin session with Baker.
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