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A Killing in Comics by Max Allan Collins
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May 31, 08

Recommended for: Noir mystery fans
Read in May, 2008

I have read and collected most of Max Allan Collins' books for years, but I have always ignored his work in comic books. I keep up with all of his new books so I can cherry-pick the ones that fall in the series I collect, but this stand-alone caught my eye. It's a mystery set a year or two after World War 2 ended, in the comic book industry. It has some comic illustrations at the beginning of every chapter, but otherwise it is a fairly traditional mystery, written in a light-toned noir style. It was enjoyable, with Collins' usual well-written characters.

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