Tales of Cthulhu Invictus by William Meikle
Nine Stories of Battling The Cthulhu Mythos in Ancient Rome

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Long before ivy grew on the walls of Miskatonic University or the Deep Ones first came to Innsmouth, centuries before the mad Arab penned the dreaded Necronomicon, the malevolent powers of the Cthulhu Mythos plagued mankind. During the Age of the Antonines (96 AD–192 AD), when the Roman Empire was at the peak of its power, dark and unknowable forces were at work. Ancient wizards sought ways to cheat death, explorers stumbled on the remnants of alien civilizations, foul cults practiced unholy rites, and inhuman creatures sought to mix their blood with ours.
Across Rome's vast empire, a few brave men and women rose up to meet these threats for the greater good of mankind. They carried light into the darkness, dispelling a poisonous taint which grows best in the shadows. With steel and spell and burning torch, these heroic investigators of the ancient world defended their civilization from the fearsome powers of the Cthulhu Mythos. Golden Goblin Press is proud to offer up nine tales of their horrific struggles and sacrifices.
Tales of Cthulhu Invictus
Vulcan’s Forge by William Meikle
Fecunditati Augustae by Christine Morgan
A Plague of Wounds by Konstantine Paradias
Tempus Edax Rerum by Pete Rawlik
The Unrepentable by Edward M. Erdelac
Magnum Innominandum by Penelope Love
Lines in the Sand by Tom Lynch
The Temple of Iald-T’qurhoth by Lee Clark Zumpe
The Seven Thunders by Robert M. Price
Collection Edited by Brian Sammons

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Published October 15, 2015 by Golden Goblin Press. 137 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Horror, Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Fantasy Literature

This story contains a terrific little twist at the end that would’ve made for a very strong longer form story.

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