I read a book a few months ago that some very strange geography involved. It was set in Colorado, and the main characters lived in a house deep in the mountains. So deep that nobody could ever find them by accident. There was nothing to show that there was anyone living in that area. Except that they had electricity, cable or dish TV, and the Internet. There were no major roads near them either, and the nearest neighbors were miles away. Oh, and both Denver and Boulder were only about an hour away. I suppose they could have been living inside Rocky Mountain National Park?
The other thing that made me laugh about the book was that I don't think the author had ever visited the Rockies. There are a few passages where the two main characters go hiking for hours and hours, always heading upward (never downwards or laterally), and yet never hit a peak or even tree line. I know that there are quite a few peaks above 14,000 feet in the Rockies, but sooner or later you have to get some change of scenery!