Arriving in the famous English seaside resort, Albert plans only to reminisce about a childhood holiday more than seventy years in the past. While there he will eat the town’s most famous creation - the sugary treat known as rock.
But when he walks into a shop being shaken down by heavies enforcing a protection racket, all thoughts of relaxation go out the window.
Instantly marked when Rex rousts the criminals, Albert must choose whether to leave the town – the sensible choice – or unravel the gang’s plans – the option containing the greatest likelihood for mayhem and danger.
However, the choice is not his, because his partner has sniffed something other than cavity-inducing candy on the wind …
… the scent of a wolf. A real one. And if Rex’s nose is right, then it needs his help.
Man and dog both know how to solve a crime, but separated and working independently, can they arrive at the same conclusion? Can they be as effective working individually?