The Inn opening line: Something very bad was about to go down.
Bill Robinson will always be a policeman. Even though he has been stripped of his badge and his gun, the instincts are there. And when tasked by the local police force to work beyond their realm, he does so. But this time with consequences worse than the ones that caused him to lose his badge in the first place. Nothing will stop him to keep those he loves, and the town he is in, safe.
Ex-Boston homicide detective Billy Robinson has retreated to a quiet life on the New England coast. Struggling to cope following the death of his beloved wife, he must now run the inn that Siobhan took care of so well.The inn’s quirky residents help keep Billy on solid ground as he grieves, and the group soon become an unconventional family. But this small town is in the grips of a growing opioid epidemic, and when a young resident gets hooked into the crisis, Billy knows he must act to save the people in the inn that he has grown to care so much about.With his secretive past in Boston catching up to him, can Billy survive long enough to save the town – and its beloved inn – from ruin?
This was a fast paced novel and a good read. One worth adding to your list of books.
Disclosure: I was sent the book to review by Penguin Random House South Africa. I was not required to write a positive review. This post is in line with my blogging policy.
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7 thoughts on “The Inn, James Patterson And Candice Fox”
An exciting sounding book.
It was a good read 🙂
I haven’t read James Patterson for a long time, so your review has inspired me to grab this book from the library and enjoy a good read. Thanks Tandy.
I read a lot of his books – hope you enjoy it 🙂
Hmm I’m not sure if this one would appeal to me that much. I have heard the opioid crisis is pretty big in the states though!
I think the crisis is a world wide thing sadly 🙁