Book: Respot the Pin by Timothy Sawyer
|4.7 stars based on the 3 most helpful Amazon reviews|
Timothy Sawyerabout this book: One of my passions is bowling. In bowling, if a pin falls over in the rack the term is to "respot the pin" to the correct position. Jan "Jesse" Schild is an example of "respotting the pin" to the correct position. After his wife and young daugher were murdered in a house explosion, he relocated halfway across the country. He meets, in an unconventional way, Maggie Collins who is being chased by the Nikitin drug cartel - who in fact is responsible for the deaths of his wife and daughter. Vowing that Nikitin will not take another innocent life, he takes Maggie 'under his wing'.
This is the quintessential story of 'nice guy finishes first'. The bad guys are bad, and the good guys are good. There is raunchy banter, violence, PG-rated sexual content and all the other things that make a novel like this something that readers don't want to put down. I have had quite a few people say that once they started it, they couldn't stop reading it until the end.
And yes, there is some bowling in there as well.
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