The Call of Cthulhu

Illustrated by Ian Richardson

Wilcox still lived alone in the Fleur-de-Lys Building in Thomas Street, a hideous Victorian imitation of seventeenth century Breton architecture which flaunts its stuccoed front amidst the lovely Colonial houses on the ancient hill, and under the very shadow of the finest Georgian steeple in America.

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Fleur-de-Lys Building by Ian Richardson