A Memoir

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Publisher Description

Pressure is the unbelievable true story of Eric Canori, who buried $10 million worth of gold bars in the woods-and later used them to buy himself out of prison.

Eric Canori was one of the largest high-end marijuana dealers on the East Coast of the United States-before it became legal in any state-smuggling weed out of Canada via eighteen-wheelers, helicopters, and boats. He was a mastermind, doing well over $300 million of business by age twenty-nine-without a gun or the government knowing.

The memoir begins in Canori's childhood, locked in his bedroom looking at posters of athletes and rock stars, dreaming of all the things he wants to do and become in life. The story ends with him in a prison cell, staring at barren walls, with nothing to see except a reflection of himself in a tiny, scratched-up mirror. In between these scenes, he takes the reader on a joyride from the bottom to the top. At the bottom, he scrubs toilets while the other kids are making friends, and at the top, he shares penthouse suites with women from all over the globe, as he evades the DEA for close to fifteen years while leading a lifestyle that most people consider unattainable. Canori was a rock star in his industry, but there was one thing he could never shake-his buried pain. A pain so deep that it could only be dealt with when he was locked up alone. 

Pressure is an epic tale of determination, resilience, and inner transformation. It displays Eric Canori's quest for love and acceptance-through money, sex, and drugs. The book will inspire you to re-evaluate the way you live, as it showcases what is essential in life: our relationship to the natural world, to ourselves, and to each other.

Biographies & Memoirs
February 25
Peerless Development
Ingram DV LLC

Customer Reviews

Reece chittenden ,


Energetic read.
I cannot believe how this extremely high stakes operation started out due to a teenagers simple hunger to eat peacefully; into a multimillion dollar
Bedazzlement right under everyone’s nose 🤯
Right in our backyard.
My only main Constructive critique would be the last 25 pages or so.
I’d like to understand or rather know more of the ending. What happened after Eric’s jail time?
I have many thoughts.
I need answers.

Vega5500 ,


A beautiful book that I recommend to everyone no matter who you are or what you do in life. Story about finding love, happiness, and becoming “the one” you want to be!
Waiting for part two!

craigx987 ,

Craig M from Montana

Excellent book, page turner. Great story with a Great message

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