Cthulhu Britannica: The Journal of Neve Selcibuc
"I write this after a night of very little sleep. So many unanswered questions made it difficult to settle. Once I had fallen asleep my dreams took me back to the night Alice died in my room and I lived again the blue flames that took my cousin away before I woke covered in sweat and terrified." London! The greatest city in the world, home to four million people. A thriving hub of trade and industry, the first city of a fading Empire. The final resting place for treasures from across the globe, a labyrinth of imposing white marble streets and a warren of darker alleyways, all sat atop millennia of history. A young American investigator is thrown into a maelstrom of kidnap, murder, spontaneous human combustion, and something all together darker. Neve Selcibuc must use every ounce of wit to solve a terrifying mystery that spans the length of the British Isles from London to Aberdeenshire. As part of Cubicle 7?s Cthulhu Britannica line The Journal of Neve Selcibuc is both a fascinating standalone work of Call of Cthulhu Fiction as well as a deluxe, in-world artefact for use with the London-based The Curse of Nineveh campaign. Hard cover, digest sized, 64 pages.