This one is called Do Not Accept This Quest. "They should have never entered that house…" I didn't love the adventure... but how about that creepy cover?
Per the usual disclaimer - this is an adventure review, beyond here lie spoilers.
This is about a ruined house with a small dungeon beneath it. From the backstory, we learn the previous owner was a diabolist who murdered children. We should be in for something chilling! However, the execution didn't live up to the premise. In a published adventure, I want ideas that I couldn't have sketched out for myself with a few hours of prep before game night.
The rooms of the house are atmospheric, but the dungeon beneath is linear - a straight path with rooms attached. There are locked rooms in the cellar of the abandoned house with wolves living in them. I could probably stop the review right there... Later we learn there are imps breeding in the dungeon. Maybe the imps are carrying keys, and keep the wolves as pets, and take them out for walks? The imps don't have supernatural abilities, immunities, or tactics, so they come across as goblins with wings. In several of the rooms the imps are hanging out with the dead zombie children like it's a monster mixer - a party.
Physically, this book is a soft-cover pamphlet, 12 pages, with nice production values in terms of art, layout, and cartography. The author is JE Evans. I'm used to books in the LOTFP line embracing "The Weird" - either a novel premise, a strange twist, or something that subverts expectations - the weird is the LOTFP trademark. This one has some evocative descriptions, but there wasn't a twist (unless you'd call imps with babies and their zombie play-dates is the twist). How would you give this one a "weird twist" and make it less conventional? Drop your ideas in the comments.
This one is $4.99 over at DriveThruRPG: Do Not Accept This Quest.
That's all for this one. Next up is something called (groan) Faecal Lands. I don't have high hopes for a book themed around a poop dimension and poop demons, despite the author's impressive resume. Wish me luck, I'll be holding my nose. The good news is, once we get past the poop kingdom, the remaining new LOTFP books look like absolute fire.