Book Reviews of Drowned Night: A Novel of the Abbadon Inn

Drowned Night: A Novel of the Abbadon Inn
Drowned Night A Novel of the Abbadon Inn
Author: Chris Blaine
ISBN-13: 9780425206768
ISBN-10: 0425206769
Publication Date: 11/1/2005
Pages: 336
Rating:
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.
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3.7 stars, based on 12 ratings
Publisher: Berkley
Book Type: Paperback
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Book 3 of the Abbadon Inn triology, similar to book 2: a good read but just not as gripping as book 1
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This book is part of a series of ghostly mysteries set in Cape May, New Jersey. It very loosely recounts historical episodes and present day locations. This is definitely a creepy thriller.
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Ted McShane a burned-out New York City cop- and his wife Liz have retreated to the peaceful shore town of Victorian Cape May as the new proprietors of the Abbadon Inn. But the surface calm of their summer is about to be roiled by a series of disturbing occurrences.

First, two teenagers disappear. Then an all-day fishing charter vanishes, lost in the murky depths of the Atlantic. Locals link the chilling events to a century-old legend of a creature said to prowl the coast in an insatiable feeding frenzy. But as Ted and Liz are about to discover, land offers no escape.

Something has been roused in Cape May, something somehow connected to the Abbadon Inn. And after on hundred years in hiding, its very, very hungry
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Ted McShane is a burned out New York City cop-and his wife Liz have retreated to the peaceful shore town of Victorian Cape May as the new proprietors of the Abbadon Inn. But the surface calm of their summer is about to be roiled by a series of disturbing occurrences.

First, two teenagers disappear. Then an all-day fishing charter vanishes, lost in the murky depths of the Atlantic. Locals link the chilling events to a century old legend of a creature that is said to prowl the coast in an insatiable feeding frenzy. Ted and Liz are about to discover, land offers no escape.

Something has been roused in Cape May, New Jersey, something somehow connected to the Abbadon Inn. After 100 years in hiding, it's very very hungry.

A very good suspense filled book that keeps you up all night reading it.