This darkly humorous crime novel set in a Canadian ski town is a "fast-paced thrill ride" (Publishers Weekly).
Grey Stevens took over the family business after his uncle passed away, and now grows the best pot in Whistler, British Columbia. It's called Eight Miles High and the word on the street is it rivals anything on the planet.
Happy to fly under the radar in this mountain playground, Grey just wants to take life easy, snowboarding in the cold months and biking in the hot ones. But demand for his pot among the locals and tourists keeps growing. Everybody wants to get their hands on it--including two rival gangs who come to town to take over the dope trade.
When Grey steps in and rescues a girl from a beating at the hands of one of the gang members, he finds himself in the middle of a turf war and a new relationship at the same time. After one of his roommates gets attacked and another goes missing, Grey has to decide whether he's going to take off with the girl and start over someplace new--or stay and fight for what's his . . .
"The dialogue is some of the sharpest and funniest I've seen in any book this year." --National Post
"Kalteis will be deservedly compared to Elmore Leonard, but he is an original voice." --John McFetridge, author of the Toronto Series
"A rollicking tour through Whistler after dark, populated by ski bums and scallywags, gang-bangers and lovable losers on both sides of the law, and written with a staccato, snare-drum energy that keeps the pages turning . . . Breaking Bad
for the ganja set." --Owen Laukkanen, author of the Stevens and Windermere series