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Preston Richards is convinced the beautiful woman in his dreams was slain by his hand but his fractured memories have him questioning even his own sanity. Further compounding the situation, he finds himself stranded in a foreign land where he recognizes no one and, stranger still, the occupants claim never to have heard of England.
Relying upon the generosity of others and being pursued by a mysterious shadow, Richards finds himself a literal stranger in a strange land.
Serving as a direct continuation to the events established in the BBV film The Stranger: Eye of the Beholder, In A Strange Land was developed to serve as a completely stand-alone novel with no prior knowledge of the characters or settings required for enjoyment.