Storyland starts in the modern day when a man named Ned, while attending ComiCon, awakens to find out that his childhood best friend Martin Brace has brutally murdered for people out in the woods back in his home town. Martin and Ned lived next door to each other as kids and played a game called Storyland. Martin stated he believed Storyland was real and that they were part of the story itself, set out to defeat a giant evil he's named Grool. Martin is now a reclusive author
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Memory is a weird thing. That is a topic explored at length in my new psychological suspense novel Storyland. In fact, its key to the entire plot. What do you think? Is your memory solid or does it play tricks with you? There was a school of thought for a long time that eye witnesses were the best source of evidence in a crime. These days, cops know that this is far from the truth. Rather than being a tablet written in stone, for most of us, our memories are really like clay.