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Storm clouds gather as the bells of Brindlewood Bay’s historic Little Chapel of Safe Harbor ring. For decades, boats would shuttle tourists to the chapel’s home, a tiny island two miles off shore. Wealthier families would book the chapel — and its magnificent gardens — for their weddings and galas.

The chapel has fallen into disrepair in recent years, so the local Historic Preservation Commission has organized a fundraiser to support the chapel’s restoration.

Aboard a cabin cruiser grumbling through choppy waters, the Murder Mavens travel to the chapel to help Brother Benjamin and Sister Jeffreys prepare for the afternoon’s auction and rummage sale.

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Get cozy and enjoy a brand new, rain-soaked mystery for Brindlewood Bay.  Meet new residents of the bay, explore new locations, and experience horrifying new glimpses into the void.

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Print in the standard layout or awesome new trifold pamphlet layout!  

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Note: This Brindlewood Bay mystery was released with permission from Jason Cordova, but the material is not otherwise associated with Jason Cordova or Gauntlet Publishing.

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In order to download this game you must purchase it at or above the minimum price of $1 USD. You will get access to the following files:

Our Ladies of Safe Harbor - Pamphlet.pdf 1 MB
Our Ladies of Safe Harbor - Standard Sheet.pdf 187 kB

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Our Ladies Of Safe Harbor is a mystery module for Brindlewood Bay. It's short, but rich on flavor and atmosphere.

The PDF is 2 pages, but with a solid, easy to read, and engaging layout.

The module is focused on a single remote location: a remote island and its run-down chapel. This has a locked door effect on the mystery, and promotes an Agatha Christie esque atmosphere.

The writing is strong, and it feels easy to connect to the NPCs and the environment.

Overall, this feels like a great adventure for Brindlewood Bay. It could also be adapted to systems like Gumshoe and Call Of Cthulhu, where it would fit just fine, but part of that adaptation would have to include deciding what actually happened in the chapel.