The Strange Cases of Rudolph Pearson: Horripilating Tales of the Cthulhu MythosWilliam Jones
horror, short stories
Professor Rudolph Pearson moved to New York City after the Great War, hoping to put his past behind him. While teaching Medieval Literature at Columbia University, he helped the police unravel a centuries old mystery. At the same moment, he uncovered a threat so terrifying that he could not turn away. With the bloody scribbling of an Old English script in a dead man s apartment, Rudolph Pearson begins a journey that takes him to the very beginning of human civilization. There he learns of the terror that brings doom to his world. Gathered here are the weird investigations of Rudolph Pearson. This compilation of cosmic horror and Cthulhu Mythos tales brings to life a world full of the grotesque and the malefic, set against a backdrop of an unknowable universe. Progress can be horrifying.
William Jones is a writer and editor who has worked across genres, including mystery, horror, science fiction, dark fiction, historical and young adult, and non-fiction. He has edited several fiction anthologies. His writing also reaches into the role-playing industry, where he has published articles and gaming supplements for a variety of publishers. When not writing fiction, he teaches English at a university in Michigan.