THE OLD MAN'S REQUEST

The Old Man’s Request is a pulp adventure set in the 1920s. This is the first book in The Utgarda Trilogy.

JWetzel, Amazon customer

While drawing from H.P. Lovecraft and firmly in that mythos, The Old Man’s Request is a much easier read than much of Lovecraft. It has authentic dialog, character development, and a fleshed-out plot. Anna makes for a great protagonist and makes you wonder what’s next. Oh, good thing it is already part of a trilogy!

THE MISSING MEDIUM

The Missing Medium is a pulp adventure set in the 1920s. This is the second book in The Utgarda Series.

Eric Marshall, Amazon customer

Defter handling of the characters and wider scope mark the second book in the Utgarda series. While still rooted in Lovecraft’s mythos, the story hints of other vistas and mechanisms at play. Looking forward to third installment.

THE OTHER REALM

The Other Realm is a pulp adventure set in the 1920s. This is the third book in The Utgarda Trilogy.

David Bowden, Amazon customer

The third book in a great series! An entertaining blend of fantasy and horror that finishes up the trilogy cleanly and sets the stage for further adventures.

ABout the Author

Joab Stieglitz is the author of The Utgarda Series, The Thule Trilogy, Tales of Gods and Monsters, and How to Be An Awesome Game Master.

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