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[[Image:Tales of the Sleepless City.jpg|thumb|''Front Cover'']]

'''Publisher:''' [[Miskatonic River Press]]

'''Product Code:''' MRP0011

'''Publishing Year:''' 2013 (February)

'''Pages:''' 162

'''Cover Price:''' $29.95

'''Authors''' [[Scott David Aniolowski]], [[Daniel Harms]], [[Oscar Rios]], [[Brian M. Sammons]], [[Mikael Hedberg]], [[Mike Hurst]], [[Tom Lynch]]

'''Artists:''' [[Paul Carrick]] (cover), [[Rich Longmore]] (interior)

'''Maps:''' [[Steff Worthington]]

'''Editor:''' [[Scott David Aniolowski]]

'''Copyediting:''' [[Christopher Smith Adair]] and [[Lisa Padol]]

'''Handouts and Player Aids:''' [[Andrew Lehman]] of the [[H.P. Lovecraft Historical Society]]

'''Layout and Design:''' [[Badger McInnes]]

'''Setting(s):''' [[1920s]]

'''Format(s):''' Softcover

'''ISBN:''' 978-0-9821818-5-0


Only in New York can one battle an Outer God and later, if one lives to tell about it, have a drink in the "speakeasy belt." If you can investigate here, you can investigate anywhere!

The minds behind such Classic Call of Cthulhu® game titles as New Tales of the Miskatonic Valley and More Adventures in Arkham Country are proud to present Tales of the Sleepless City. This is a collection of 1920's era Call of Cthulhu scenarios that could only be set in New York. The Big Apple is practically a character in each of these pieces: investigate a strange explosion on the subway, disappearances in Hell's Kitchen, gruesome murders on the Lower East Side, and much more.

'''Scenarios:''' [[The Tenement (Scenario)]] (Rios), [[A Night at the Opera (Scenario)]] (Hedberg), [[The Terror from the Museum (Scenario)]] (Sammons),
[[To Awaken What Never Sleeps]] (Harms), [[The Fishers of Men]] (Hurst), [[Értóng hé Kūqì de Mǔqīn (The Child and the Weeping Mother)]] (Lynch & Aniolowski)

'''Additional:''' Introduction, Player Handouts

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==Comments / Trivia==

Those who pre-ordered the book also received an additional scenario- [[Below]] by [[Oscar Rios]] and a packet of alternate rules for using Traits (a la [[Cthulhu by Gaslight]]) by [[Kevin A. Ross]].

*[ Publisher's Page]

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