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Living 'A Life in Smoke'

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Living 'A Life in Smoke'

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Living 'A Life in Smoke'

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Smoking can be one of the hardest habits in the world to kick. Memoirist Julia Hansen, author of A Life in Smoke, tried to quit by — among other things — chaining herself to a radiator. She tells Debbie Elliott about it.

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