The Dead Cartoonist is a comix mystery story about the people who write and draw the comic strips, superheros, cartoons, and webcomics that you see, enjoy or ignore every day. “The Dead Cartoonist” is fabulously successful but emotionally disturbed comic strip creator Milton Morey. Or maybe it’s Nate Thurringer, whose quirky strip barely rates a blip in the comics world.
” . . . simple yet engaging. That quality makes The Dead Cartoonist a story for everyone.” Rabia Tanveer, Readers’ Favorite Reviews.
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The Dead Cartoonist
A mystery in exotic locales, a romance, a family drama, but above all it’s about comics, cartoons, and the wild and funny people who draw them.
The author does a stand-up job of placing you into the time, the atmosphere, and the story.Jennie Reads
Fred Andersen’s writing is strong, focused and balanced; the characters are likable and the plot is driven by conflict.Readers’ Favorites Reviews