The Exciting Prequel to Lovecraft's Shadow Over Innsmouth!
Innsmouth was a corrupted and fallen town, consumed by its greed and controlled by the Esoteric Order of Dagon. In 1928, the Federal Government destroyed Innsmouth and the nearby Devil Reef based on claims made by a man who had visited the town.
Four years after the mysterious disappearance of Robert Olmstead, the man who sent the FBI to Innsmouth, his closest friend has discovered new evidence into the reality of what Innsmouth truly was: He has found the Journal of Captain Obed Marsh.
The journal paints an intense scene of a vibrant town and how it takes only one man's good intentions to pave the way to Hell itself.
Or in this case...to Y'ha-nthlei.
What can test a man so intensely as to break him from his righteous path?
Only the journal can shed light on that.
These are the Trials of Obed Marsh.
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Matthew Davenport lives in Des Moines, Iowa where he enjoys biking, drinking, reading, and writing. Only once in a while does he do it all at the same time. His writing is across the spectrum aiming to be serious and silly while still telling a compelling story. His writings have been mostly short stories, with Random Stranger being his first novel. He recently self-published the sequel to Random Stranger, called "Stranger Books" and is already knee deep into writing the third in the series. Both are available on the Kindle or in paperback.
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