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To rescue his girlfriend, a weed dealer scraps for a score.

The suitcase looks like a standard weekend bag. But like the man who carries it, it isn't what it seems. Lined with tinfoil to mask the smell, it is a smuggler's bag and will soon be filled to the brim with marijuana bricks.

The smuggler is a Harvard student who has come to California to make his fortune. He hopes to score not just with his connection but with his new girlfriend, a Golden State beauty with an appetite for fine weed. When the deal goes south, she takes the fall, and a crooked FBI agent swipes half the stash. To free his girl, this pothead will have to make the deal of a lifetime.

©1970 Constant c Productions, Inc. and Douglas Crichton; Copyright renewed 2000 by CrichtonSun LLC and Douglas Crichton (P)2015 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved.

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a 70s dream by author of being a dealer

really dissapointed. returned after 15 min.
this was a dull movie too wasn't it... but then i grew up in south florida in the 70s.

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Least favorite of the pre-Michael Crichton books

I recently discovered the "pre-Michael Crichton" series he wrote in the late 1960's / early 1970's when writing under the pseudonym of John Lange and have thoroughly enjoyed these books. This one, however, was my least favorite and I didn't make it past the second hour before turning it off for good. Granted, it was co-written by Michael and his brother Douglas - so we can't exactly blame Michael for the disappointment. The story line is weak and seems to go nowhere. I don't often review books and suggest people skip them completely, but this one is an exception - this one is a complete waste of time.

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