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Cthulhu's dark cults : ten tales of dark & secretive orders / [edited and introduced by David Conyers]
Bib ID 4977071
Format BookBook
Description [Hayward, Calif.] : Chaosium, 2010 
ix, 245 p. ; 22 cm. 
ISBN 9781568822358
1568822359
Series

Call of Cthulhu fiction.

Full contents
  • The eternal Chinaman / by John Sunseri
  • Captains of industry / by John Goodrich
  • Perfect skin / by David Witteveen
  • Covenant of darkness / by William Jones
  • The whisper of ancient secrets / by Penelope Love
  • Old ghost / by Peter A. Worthy
  • The nature of faith / by Oscar Rios
  • The devil's diamonds / by Cody Goodfellow
  • Requiem for the burning God / by Shane Jiraiya Cummings
  • Sisters of the sand / by David Conyers.
 
Subjects Horror tales, American.  |  Horror tales, Australian.
Other authors/contributors Conyers, David, 1971-

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