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At the “Wine and Savages” blog, Sean Bircher is converting Ghastly Affair’s character classes (and the typical Adversaries listed in the Presenter’s Manual) for use with the Savage Worlds rules. I mentioned Bircher’s “The King is Dead” setting in an earlier post, and I recommend checking out his work.
As previously mentioned on this blog, William Rutter’s debut novel “Hunter’s Song” is now available on Amazon. The protagonist Lila Davenport is no helpless damsel awaiting rescue, but a heroic woman who defiantly faces the evil that invades her life. The fast-paced book is beautifully written, and supremely readable. I recommend it highly to anyone interested in the themes and historical era of Ghastly Affair!