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The Storyteller

Welcome to Haywood Falls, Maine. Population: 1,500.

It’s been twenty years since the events that forced Matt Cahill to leave his hometown in the Pacific Northwest. Twenty years of tireless travel, odd jobs, and no place to call home for very long. He’s worked hard to make the best out of a bad situation and stay ahead of his dangerous past.

Until now.

On the eve of the annual Fish Fest, Matt arrives in Haywood Falls, amazed by all the people and ongoing activity. The sun is shining, the mountains are beautiful, and the far-stretching lake reflects a serene calm that seems perfect. But Matt knows looks can be deceiving. If ever there was a town hiding a secret, Haywood Falls is it.

When horror author S.M. Tujof picks the sleepy town of Haywood Falls to begin his summer tour, all is not as it seems. Something has followed the writer. Something that threatens the town’s very existence.

A storm is coming, and with it, darkness.

And Matt may be the only one who can stop it.

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DANIEL BOUCHER grew up in Southern Maine where he developed an extreme dislike of snow and became heavily influenced by the writings of Stephen King. He now happily lives in the Pacific Northwest with his two Pomeranians, Max and Liesel.

When not in front of his computer, writing or programming, he can be found with his nose stuck in a great book, watching a movie or playing video games. He also manages and writes for and spends whatever spare time he has working on personal projects, his blog and Facebook Page, The Plus and Minus of Things: Quick Reviews for the Busy.

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