A fast-action crime thriller: Evan Powers has become the new manager in Nick Grady’s well-established marijuana growing operation. Led by his roommate and best friend, little has changed in Nick’s secretive business since the late ’60s, which is just the way the aging hippie would like it to remain. However, Nick’s complex past comes full circle, thrusting Evan in a scramble to decipher the truth behind the enigmatic lives of the people he holds dear. Deep in the woods, demons will be unleashed.
Here’s What Several Reviewers Had To Say:
*I was given an advanced copy by the publisher in exchange for an honest review*
Wow! This book is…….so believable. Powers lives with his friend Nick, who just happens to run a massive Marijuana growing business. Powers ends up quitting his job and working full time for Nick. But within days everything comes crashing down and Powers is about to find out he’s in deeper than he thought in a situation he could never fathom happening. Strong believable characters with an even stronger storyline. Perfect mix.
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Marijuana meets the Mafiya–of course, there’s much more. Friendship and loyalty, disloyalty, cubicle stiflement, abuse and murder, betrayal and abandonment, corruption and crime. Criminals and victims.
Poor Evan Powers–quits his stultifying office position to work for his long-term housemate’ s marijuana growing/selling operation. More cash, much less boredom, plus he enjoys the horticulture. It’s not long though till the final silent partner dies, and the Russians muscle in. From there it’s road trip time, and the whole ball of wax begins to melt. Nobody is trustworthy and nobody is who they seem. One thing’s for sure: the action never stops.
I reviewed a digital ARC generously provided by the author, for review purpose only, and no remuneration was exchanged.
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This book is not for everyone. There are drugs, violence and good old fashioned friendship. I guess you had to be around in the 60’s and 70’s to really appreciate what goes on in this novel. Nick–an aging hippie rents a house where he and all his friends congregate and party. But Nick’s background is shrouded in mystery and is only slowly, very slowly revealed. You really won’t see the ending coming. Evan has just quit his day job to join Nick’s enterprise full time. Then Nick’s past shows up to haunt them all.
All is not as it seems and Evan is left to find out the truth about all of these friends. But not until all hell brakes loose!
Yes, I did enjoy this book and am very glad I read it–but please do read the chapter below first and this book is definitely for adults–it is NOT for teens or young adults at least in my opinion.