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New Life for Call of Cthulhu 6 Mar. 2010
By Jeppe - Published on Amazon.com
With this all together excellent collection of scenarios, Miskatonic River Press proves that Call of Cthulhu is still alive and kicking. It is a return to Lovecraft Country, the dark corner of Massachusetts covered by such classic supplements and scenario anthologies as "Arkham Unveiled" and "Kingsport: The City in the Mist", but largely left unexplored in the CoC line for the past decade or so (I believe the last supplement in the setting to come out from Chaosium was "Before the Fall" from 1998 or so).

New Tales of the Miskatonic Valley contains the following scenarios, all set in the 1920s:

Reeling Midnight, written by Tom Lynch and set in Arkham.
Wasted Youth, written by Christopher Smith Adair and set in Arkham.
Spirit of Industry, written by Oscar Rios and set in Dunwich.
Malice Everlasting, written by Oscar Rios and set in Kingsport.
The Night War, written by Kevin Ross and set in Kingsport.
Proof of Life, written by Keith Herber and set in Foxfield.

The quality is consistently high throughout the book, but my personal favorite has to be The Night War - an absolutely amazing take on Kingsport and the Dreamlands. The art and layout is nice and clean and the cover by Caruso is just stunning.

New Tales of the Miskatonic Valley has been printed under Chaosium's expanded licensing program, and despite the tragic loss of CEO and Cthulhu legend Keith Herber last year, Miskatonic River Press looks like it is still going strong and has drawn on new and old talent alike. I for one hope to see many more CoC products like this one published!
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