Tag Archives: Bookhounds of London

Bookhounds of London Review

This review by Matthew Pook is worth considering if only for the terrible pun of the title, Tome Team. Given the lack of a sourcebook detailing London within the genre of Lovecraftian investigative horror, Bookhounds of London is a much, much needed resource. Although its focus is primarily the book and the booktrade, the information […]

Golden Geek Award Nominations

We are very pleased to have been nominated for a second time in the Golden Geek Awards. Ashen Stars and Bookhounds of London have been nominated for Best Artwork and Presentation, The Armitage Files and Bookhounds of London for Best Supplement. You can vote here, but you need to be a member with Geek Gold. […]

ENnie Nominations and Honourable Mentions

I’m pleased to say Pelgrane Press has received honourable mentions and nominations in the ENnie awards for our releases this year. The Dance in the Blood by Graham Walmsley gets and honorable mention for Best Adventure, and a nomination for Best Writing. I think that Dance in the Blood is typical of Graham’s adventures, and […]

Bookhounds Review on RPGNet

Kafka has posted a very comprehensive and positive review of our newest print release, Bookhounds of London, 5 out of 5 stars. You can read the full review here. Bookhounds of London is a major hardcover supplement to the Trail of Cthulhu that is: a campaign guide, locale sourcebook, and an adventure. Whomever, decides to […]

The Lovecraftian London Limited Edition

The Bookhounds of London Limited Edition is now SOLD OUT. What does The Limited Edition Include? The limited edition will include: A limited edition faux leather bound, gold-embossed copy of Bookhounds of London, signed by Kenneth Hite with a Lovecraftian word added in his fair hand. The full list of 110 words will be published […]

Review of Bookhounds of London on RPG Geek

Here is a detailed review of Bookhounds by Lowell Francis over at RPG Geek. One point the reviewer raised was of particular interest – he mentioned that he was expecting more Armitage Files like handouts, and guessed, correctly that the Occult Guide will fulfil this role. If you want to run a player driven occult […]

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