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Red Handed: The Fine Art Of Strange Crimes (2013)

by Matt Kindt(Favorite Author)
3.8 of 5 Votes: 3
159643662X (ISBN13: 9781596436626)
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review 1: Good one, I've been off reading GN for a while in part because I have so many other things to read. This was a good coming back. Art is ok, writing is very good. Quite a lot of classical ethical questions worked in to a series within a series about a detective who does everything by the letter of the law, and eventually finds that it doesn't work for him on a number of levels. Wonderful character interweaving of stories, and a good non-happy ending, my favorite kind.
review 2: This was my first try at a full-length graphic novel. I had previously read "To Teach: A Journey in Comics" by Bill Ayers. That appealed to me as a teacher and was given to me by our son, our graphics/comics/books, etc. guru so I had to ready it:-) He recommended this book as I tried i
... moret; I liked it!! I'm a huge fan of the true crime and mystery genres so this looked like a good fit for me. After adjusting my glasses for the pages with more text, I was able to "get" the conversations going on here and there. The one thing I didn't like was the newspaper reprints which directed one to a continuation on a page that I couldn't find. Joke was on me! I was a little slow on that one, but finally figured it out. It was a quick read and enjoyable. less
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I can't recommend Matt Kindt's comics enough. The man knows how to tell a story
could not get into this book. The more I read the less I understood.
This was my first book by this author. I found it very interesting.
Rich, incredibly crafted.
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