The Drug Trail Ends Here, Kathmandu
This hashish bazaar of a book is an autobiography of a man, a legend, a general of Lord Shiva's army, a writer who has lived through the drug wars, and come through the other side. A man turned into a criminal overnight, doing something he is passionate about, nothing can stop him, from America to Pakastan, cross border to Nepal, always celebrating, sourcing and distributing the finest hash people have put thier lips to. - Chris Jay
In 1973, Richard Nixon, and his recently established DEA, paid the King of Nepal (the late King Birendra) $50+ million dollars to make marijuana and hashish illegal in Nepal.
Over night he created a criminal society, he made an ordinary thing extra ordinary and a huge black market for hard drugs was created American foreign drug policy and marijuana prohibition has lead to hard core drug addiction in Southeast Asia.
Nepalese Royal Family involvement in the Heroin trade. High Adventure hashish smuggling through the kingdom of Nepal, Pakistan and India.
The second edition is 225 pages, includes four new chapters and 87 illustrations. Traces the 40 year career of the author in the Cannabis trade.
King of Nepal