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C. R. Webster saw many forms of substance abuse as a nurse, but when addictions threatened her own son, it was longer a job; she was his mother. After a shoulder injury dashed his dreams of playing college baseball, Randy lost his desire to live, seeking refuge in all the wrong places. His mother had to sit in the bleachers and watch as he went from job to job, court date to court date, and eventually, freedom to incarceration. From the Cradle to the Cyclone Fence tells a tragic story about a mother's struggle to save her son and her eventual decision to turn it over to God. A well written, frank, eye opener to the carnage wreaked by substance abuse in her family. If you have dealt first hand with drug or alcohol abuse in your family then From the Cradle to the Cyclone Fence will certainly strike a raw chord with you. If you haven't, it will make you kiss your family and thank the Good Lord for sparing you from this horrific war zone. -R.Groves, stewardship team, Independent Bible Church From the Cradle to the Cyclone Fence leads you through years of the nightmare darkness that engulfs a family when fighting to save a child from his world of addiction. It is a heart-wrenching story of a mother struggling desperately to hold onto her family, her faith, and her sanity. There is hope in God, the rock that holds in the midst of life's worse storms. From the Cradle to the Cyclone Fence is a must read for anyone who has been forced down this path. -B. Evans, MITI leader for ten years, member of Long View Baptist Church C. R. Webster is a retired nurse and mother of two. She used her writing to deal with the rage, anger, and guilt she felt when, despite all her efforts, she was unable to save her son from the dark world. The light is there; will he see it?