In every map there are deliberate errors, put there by the cartographers to catch out copyright cheats. These can be mistakes in coastlines, woods that don't exist and even made up towns. Such a place is Argleton. Or is it?
Matt is obsessed with tracking down the exact spot of the fictitious town of Argleton, but when he gets there and finds a Wi-Fi signal in the middle of an empty field, things start to turn strange.
Suw Charman-Anderson takes the idea of the town that never existed and weaves it into a wonderful tale of intrigue. A perfectly formed novella, it mixes elements of mystery, thriller, SF and even a little romance into a tight, easy to read package.
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