Temple Barrow is a young woman, burdened with an unplanned pregnancy, running away from a toxic relationship and the only home she's ever known. She thought it was the right choice. After all, she has a new man - a good man - and three new friends.
But one wrong decision can change everything.
Having been missing for days, Temple is found starving, filthy and stained with blood, stumbling out of the Tongass National Forest in the small town of Kunot Bay, Alaska.
At the local sheriff's office, she finds comfort in the form of hydration, food, and the sympathetic ears of two concerned officers. But what starts as a rescue mission for her four missing companions soon spirals into a web of confusion when the officers begin to doubt the accuracy of her recollection.
A Stranger Piece Of Fiction follows two dueling accounts of what really happened to five people lost in an unforgiving landscape, crippled by drought, as they're forced to examine which parts of their souls are worth preserving, and which are worth sacrificing, when no laws exist but their own.
A STRANGER PIECE OF FICTION