Things haven’t been the same since Masaman the Troll bought the old fixer-upper on Oak Tree Lane — and how could they be? He’s got a Zombie overseeing renovations, a Dwarf and a Goblin join him (and the Zombie) for their weekly Poker Night, and there’s at least one person who wants them all to go back to living under a bridge somewhere.
That’s right, we’re talking about characters from Elizabeth Ann Pierce’s new novel, Just Another Day in Suburbia — and we’re absolutely delighted to be introducing them to you!
Forest Glen, Pennsylvania. A peaceful suburban neighborhood where nothing unusual ever happened — until the day Masaman the Troll moved out from under his bridge and bought the old fixer-upper on Oak Tree Lane.
Now Goblins swarm the neighbor’s front porch and kitchen windowsill in search of freshly baked pies and cookies; a cat-food eating Zombie canvasses the residents, looking for landscaping and interior decorating opportunities; and a Dwarf takes time out from Poker Night to investigate the rash of burglaries that suddenly plague the neighborhood.
And the Neighborhood Watch has no idea who it should be watching.