Test your sanity.
The novels and novellas set in The Arkham Horror Files Universe lead you far from the sheltered shores of ignorance and into the murky unknown. With a mix of pulp action and supernatural horror, they delve deep into the mysteries that lie beneath the surface of our known reality.
In The Arkham Horror Files Universe, the Roaring Twenties aren’t quite how we remember them. There are flappers and jazz, plus Prohibition, bootleggers, and mobsters. But there are stranger things, as well. People have gone missing. Others have reported sightings of indescribable creatures. And the very air thickens with a sense of foreboding, passing through the streets like an evil mist. The Ancient Ones are stirring…
A young woman's disappearance. A daring, resourceful dilettante. And a sleepy New England town brimming with dark and deadly secrets…
Over the course of 109 action-packed pages, Hour of the Huntress follows beloved investigator Jenny Barnes as she searches frantically for her missing sister—only to uncover some of the darkest secrets hidden in the shadows of Arkham, Massachusetts. Written by Dave Gross, this Arkham Horror novella offers new insight into one of the best loved characters from the Arkham Horror Files universe. You'll first meet Jenny on the train as she returns from Paris to learn why her sister stopped writing, but it won't be long before you'll see her delving ever deeper into layers upon layers of mystery, arming herself with her signature pistols, and disarming others with her incisive wit and charm.
Additionally, the hardbound version of Hour of the Huntress features a full-colour insert of sixteen-pages that draw you deeper into Jenny’s investigations with—excerpts from old letters, journals, and forbidden tomes.
And it comes with five new cards for Arkham Horror: The Card Game—alternate art versions of the Jenny Barnes investigator and mini cards, a rules card, and two optional signature cards that provide you new ways to incorporate Jenny into your Arkham LCG® adventures.
Released: 28 November 2017