When Dan Marlowe pays a visit to the run-down Honeymoon Hotel, he thinks he’s just doing a favor for a friend—rescuing the friend’s granddaughter from the clutches of a low-life junkie. He doesn’t plan on the rescue turning into something ugly.
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Then the ugly turns uglier and local businesses find themselves prey to racial threats and thugs.
Determined to find out who’s behind the movement to drive local business owners off the beach, Dan embarks on a hunt that leads him down a trail riddled with arson and violence. Just as he’s closing in on the truth a sinister figure appears, threatening his friends, his family, and ultimately, all of Hampton Beach.
But who’s behind it all? A tough-guy beach hotel owner? A big-time Boston lawyer? A South Boston gang leader? Greedy politicians? And how do two local dim-witted drug dealers and a strip club fit in?
The more Dan investigates, the more he finds at stake, and every way he turns, he ends up back at the same dark, dangerous place—the Honeymoon Hotel.