News for June 2011
The Sixth Victim 2
Presenting chapter two of Ghouls of the Miskatonic, a novel by Graham McNeill
The Dark Waters Trilogy | Published 16 June 2011

“‘It certainly looks like something ate the flesh directly from the bones, but the bite marks don’t look like any animal I know that would devour a human being.’
‘So don’t keep me in suspense, Doc. What do they look like?’
Vincent hesitated. Though he was no stranger to the darker underside of Arkham, he knew better than to draw unnecessary attention to it. Yet this was the sixth body to be discovered like this in the last few years.
‘They look like bite marks from a human jaw,’ he said.’”

Ghouls of the Miskatonic, Graham McNeill

The macabre and intriguing tale of Ghouls of the Miskatonic awaits you in the second chapter of this novel by New York Times bestselling author Graham McNeill. The first novel in The Dark Waters Trilogy will be available in the third quarter of 2011!

Miskatonic University professor Oliver Grayson is attempting to return his former colleague’s sanity. Meanwhile the sanity of his student, Amanda, is threatened by nightly dreams of a figure beyond human conception stirring in the fathomless depths of the ocean. Then the appearance of butchered bodies around town brings a cast of familiar Arkham Horror characters into the investigation, just in time to witness a series of bizarre and unexplainable events that culminate in a cataclysmic discovery.

The rotten underbelly

From the shipyards of New York to Miskatonic University and then traveling to the center of a horrendous murder investigation in Arkham, the second chapter continues with a cast of characters whose paths, unbeknownst to them, have begun to interlace.

Don’t wait for an Ancient One to awaken, download the second chapter (pdf, 482 KB) from the support page (where you can also download the first chapter).

Look for more frightening previews to appear in the coming weeks and pre-order Ghouls of the Miskatonic today!

The Dark Waters Trilogy is a gripping new series from best-selling novelist Graham McNeill.

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bioball
Published: 6/16/2011 8:43:32 PM
#2

I feel the opposite. I am very intrested in this book as well as the Android one. I think the author is doing a great job fleshing out *boardgame* characters while as the same time providing a great setting by actually remarking on the huge social changes that where occurring in the 20's, WWI and hell, name-dropping starlets of the year!

Shub-Niggurath
Published: 6/16/2011 2:18:59 PM
#1

Interesting to a couple of chapters free - buy I wouldn't pay for this.

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