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Deception is a right. Truth is a privilege. Innocence is a luxury. Born of the U.S. government’s 1928 raid on the degenerate coastal town of Innsmouth, Massachusetts, the covert agency known as Delta Green opposes the forces of darkness with honor, but without glory. Delta Green agents slip through the system, manipulating the federal bureaucracy while pushing the darkness back for another day — but often at a shattering personal cost.

Operational Intelligence

Angel: Afterword

By David Farnell, (c) 2000 Prologue: “Tiger” was originally written as an entry into the “Immortality” short story contest, at www.delta-green.com. It did not win–not surprising, as it was never really intended to be a separate story. I meant it to be the
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Angel, Chapter 12: Sailing on the Dreams of the Yellow King

By David Farnell, (c) 2000 “A shriek ran thro’ Eternity: And a paralytic stroke; At the birth of the Human shadow.” –Blake, The Four Zoas *** Camilla wandered through the mirrored hallways of the palace, half fascinated, half terrified. Everything had been the
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Angel, Chapter 11: Red and Yellow, Kill a Fellow

By David Farnell, (c) 2000 They pulled the truck behind the mini-strip mall, rapidly donning armored vests and equipment, Maria and Danny choosing suppressed H&Ks, Derek grabbing a shotgun. “Tell me again why we gotta storm in with even less prep than last time?” Derek
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Angel, Chapter 10: E Kauanoeanuhea

By David Farnell, (c) 2000 “Pili hemo`ole, pili pa`a pono“ (“Never separated, firmly united.”) –Keali`i Reichel, “Kawaipunahele” *** The 767-300 banked above Oahu, the passengers on the left side leaning toward the windows to get a clear view
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Angel, Chapter 9: Whom the Foul Fiend Vexes

By David Farnell, (c) 2000 St. David’s was a chaos of cops and reporters, getting in the way of doctors and nurses and orderlies. Despite there possibly being an order for her arrest out, Maria shoved her way through to Ahmed’s room, trying to look like she belonged there.
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Imagery Intelligence