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The Gloucester Inn is standing on the sandy coast alone. Former police officer Bill Robinson, amateur landlord and innkeeper, fits his seclusion. Robinson does not invite any concerns as soon as the twelve inhabitants receive their lease. Neither does the second-floor Sheriff Clayton Spears. 

Then with a lethal fresh manner of doing company, Mitchell Cline comes. His local murderers team are breaking legislation, dealing with drugs, and bringing violence to the Inn’s gates. That’s when, with the assistance of reporter Susan Solie, Robinson understands that abandoning the town is no retreat from the truth of bad–or accountability for intervention. 

Working together with Sheriff Spears and two courageous citizens— Army soldier Nick Jones and groundskeeper Effie Johnson — Robinson starts a dangerous defence. Before period flows out, the Inn’s lonely residents will have to know that their only option is to stand together-or die alone.