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The White Tree

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Summary

The police inspector who once probed the mysteries of the Cthulhu cult now finds himself on a case that leads him once again into the foreboding bayous of Louisana. Will his investigations pit him against deranged cultists, the abominations they worship, or something even more evil and insidious? 

The H.P. Lovecraft Historical Society presents an all new adventure for Lovecraft’s legendary occult detective, Inspector Legrasse.

PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying reference material will be available in your Library section along with the audio. 

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  • alikabok1966
  • 09-06-19

Three Thumbs Up!!!

Riveting story!!
The production and the actors are simply outstanding!!
Hoping for more to come.

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  • Scott Hammond
  • 11-05-19

Well Done.

Not an original HPL story, but consistent with the mythos. In fact, better than many of August Derleth's mythos works. The old radio shtick is fun, and without giving away any spoilers, this a worthy followup of a minor but interesting HPL character. The Louisiana dialects were all right, for the most part, certainly superior to many of the abysmally bad fake accents perpetrated by better paid Hollywood actors.