US President Joe Biden’s son Hunter Biden will be describing his rough patches dealing with substance and alcohol abuse in his memoir titled ‘Beautiful Things’, scheduled for a release on April 6, AFP reported.

Hunter Biden, a common target of conservative politicians in the US, will reportedly also write about his brother’s death in the book.

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The literary work will narrate "Hunter's descent into substance abuse and his tortuous path to sobriety," publisher Gallery Books was quoted as saying in a statement by AFP.

Biden, having turned 51 on Thursday, was discharged from the Navy Reserve in 2014 after testing positive for cocaine usage.

Significantly, President Biden has always been supportive of his son, who also became a subject to the presidential debate, where former President Donald Trump made fun of Hunter’s cocaine addiction.

Junior Biden notably became a target of the former president, who had made several allegations against his business contacts in Ukraine and China.

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Hunter Biden’s tumultuous life so far has witnessed phases such as a car crash that killed his mother and sister in 1972, and his elder brother Beau’s passing in 2015 from brain cancer aged 46, less than two years after his diagnosis.

Beau’s death will also find a place in ‘Beautiful Things’.