by G.L. McDorman
A well-written tale, the Lovecraftian elements are subtle and in the background mostly, but completely set up everything. The world-building is excellent, and it feels alive; and while the story is short, the characters are developed well and enjoyable.
A lot of care and detail was put into the mystery. There are a lot of characters and motives all crashing into one another, and it was a great, quick read. This one doesn’t need a long review; just check it out.
***** Five out of Five Stars (Great)