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Two clueless teenagers show up at a marijuana growing mecca in northern California’s Humboldt County, trailed by trouble in Tom Pitts’s excellent new thriller. A past obligation requires Vic Thomas to take them in, though the area’s paranoid residents, aware that impending legalisation is about to upend their business model, don’t take kindly to strangers. Then Vic learns the teens are pursued by a Russian weed club owner whose cash they’ve stolen and by the stepfather of one of the teens – the head of a vicious motorcycle gang. Now Vic must try to protect them and himself from these outlaws, as well as the cops. Read our full review here.

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