Cthulhu Mythos short stories by Dennis Detwiller in the award-winning world of DELTA GREEN.
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Cosmic terror meets desperate intrigue.
The men and women of Delta Green have seen the awful truths of reality and struggle to keep those realities at bay as long as they can. Delta Green agents bring the best (and worst) of human resources and intentions to bear against impossible horrors—cosmic terrors against which humanity itself is insignificant.
These stories span the history of Delta Green, from the aftermath of the raid on Innsmouth to a possible future when Delta Green’s long secrecy has shattered—when humankind has pieced together the dissociated knowledge that Delta Green long fought to conceal, and has begun to go mad from the revelation of terrifying vistas of reality.
The stories, and the year in which each is set, include:
- The Alien Thoughts, Part 1 (by Robin D. Laws)
- Intelligences (1928)
- The File (1942)
- Night and Water (1944)
- Dead, Death, Dying (1955)
- Punching (1964)
- The Secrets No One Knows (1968)
- Coming Home (1974)
- The Thing in the Stairwell (1977)
- Drowning in Sand (1981)
- Contingencies (1984)
- Philosophy (1993)
- Witch Hunt (2015)
- After Math (20__)
- The Alien Thoughts, Part 2 (by Robin D. Laws)
Trade Paperback: 284 pp, MSRP $14.99, ISBN 978-1-940410-07-4
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Publication: July 8, 2014
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Dennis Detwiller is an award-winning author, artist and game designer. Since 1992, his books, card games and video games have entertained over 40 million people in 11 languages. His work spans global hits such as Magic: The Gathering, the[PROTOTYPE] series for Activision, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles for Nickelodeon, and more personal creations such as Delta Green, GODLIKE and Wild Talents. He is a four-time winner of the Origins Award for gaming and a two-time winner of the Ennie Award for RPG excellence. He lives in Seattle with his wonderful wife Hilary and two awesome kids, Maya and Henry. For an interview or a signing event, contact Shane Ivey of Arc Dream Publishing: firstname.lastname@example.org.