“Gerry Boyle’s uncanny eye for the dangers that can lie just beneath the sleepy surfaces of rural Maine makes his fourth book about freelance journalist Jack McMorrow a marvelously mordant mystery. It’s not hard to swallow the back story that the impulsive McMorrow gave up a job with the New York Times to savor the charms and rigors of northern New England; he takes the same kinds of chances here as he gets involved with a strange bunch of advocates for legal marijuana.”—Amazon.com
That’s POTSHOT, folks, and it’s just out as an audio book on Audible. Narrated by Michael Smith, this tale takes you back to a time when marijuana was illegal and worth enough money to die for. This was the wild west of Maine and I knew it well. Hippies, back to the landers, natives tough enough to scrape together a living in these hills and backwoods hideaways. If you haven’t had the chance to partake, definitely check out POTSHOT.
Even better, I have codes so a few of you can download and listen for free. Just shoot me an email and I”ll fix you up.