Origins Award-winning fiction in the acclaimed world of DELTA GREEN.
Trade Paperback: 396 pp, MSRP $16.99, ISBN 978-0-9853175-0-8
Hardback: 388 pp, MSRP $34.99, ISBN 978-0-9853175-1-5
Ebook: $9.99 on Kindle, iTunes & Nook, ISBN 978-0-9853175-1-5
Publication: March 10, 2012
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Lovecraftian cosmic horror meets techno-thriller espionage in these four stories and a novel interconnected by a web of deceit.
THE CORN KING: An old warrior on a rogue operation is determined to call down the thunder one last time. But he’s keeping a secret that may unlock a darker destiny.
FINAL REPORT: “Entry One has been breached. Time to get this show on the road. They have no idea the kind of Hell I’ve prepared for them. May God have mercy on my soul.”
MY FATHER’S SON: A Delta Green agent with a mysterious past may learn more than he ever wanted to know when his current case leads where he never dared to go.
THE DARK ABOVE: In the face of madness and horror, two lonely Delta Green agents reach out to each other. Can they really afford such fragile bonds when the secrets of the night surf roll in?
THE RULES OF ENGAGEMENT: An agent’s disappearance pulls a Delta Green team into a vortex of horror and personal apocalypse. The secrets they uncover threaten to ignite a war between the Delta Green conspiracy and its bitterest enemy— secrets buried within time itself.
With a foreword by Kenneth Hite.
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“An amazingly entertaining read, and it demonstrates the timeless quality of The Conspiracy. Tynes is a great author and an excellent world builder.” — W. Shaeffer Tolliver
“Tynes is a master storyteller. The world he helped create, the world of Delta Green, is horrific, frightening, schizophrenic, and altogether familiar. These tales are gripping and supremely entertaining and will be enjoyed by anyone interested in looking behind the veil of the safe and known and into the dark realm of the possible.” — Edward Possing
About the Author
John Scott Tynes is an award-winning game designer and writer in Seattle. He manages the Imagine Cup technology competition for Microsoft. He founded Pagan Publishing and Armitage House and his best-known projects include Unknown Armies, Puppetland, Delta Green, The Unspeakable Oath, and Call of Cthulhu D20. His film The Yellow Sign is available from Lurker Films. He is very fortunate to have married the love of his life, Jenny, and to have a brilliant daughter, Vivian. He smokes a pipe and drinks brandy from a snifter because by God, someone should. For an interview or a signing event, contact Shane Ivey of Arc Dream Publishing, firstname.lastname@example.org.