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Titan Books Limited, 2007 - Detective and mystery comic books, strips, etc - 160 pages
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From the fertile mind of multiple Eisner award-winner David Lapham, creator of acclaimed series Stray Bullets and Murder Me Dead, comes a gritty new graphic novel! What starts as a childish prank turns into a deadly game of cat and mouse for16-year-old Mia, when she discovers her new stepmom Suzanne's secret possessions: an address book, a stash of money and a knife caked in blood. Mia makes the fatefulmistake of phoning Daniel, a murderer from Suzanne's past, who believes he?s possessed by a demonic silverfish.At midnight in a sleepy seaside town, Mia's survival will depend not only on whether Suzanne is good or evil, but whether Mia can decide which before Daniel arrives...

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Review: Silverfish

User Review  - Deborah Klein - Goodreads

Very good story telling, terrific graphics, very gritty. Totally engaging. Read full review

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User Review  - Agustin Guerrero - Goodreads

I enjoyed this book quite a bit, though the ending got a little bit too messy. The art is great. I'd recommend this one for any fans of horror comics. Read full review

About the author (2007)

Maria Clark is a noted Florida lecturer who has shared her experiences during and after World War II with students at Rollins College, Winter Park, Florida, high schools, senior citizens centers, fraternal organizations, women's clubs, and churches throughout the region for twenty years. Crossing the Elde Bridge is an outgrowth of her lectures. David Lapham has published three books of local folklore, Ghosts of St. Augustine, Ancient City Hauntings, and Ghosthunting Florida and two young adult novels, 12-21-12 and The Throw Away Kids. He has published award-winning short stories and articles, has appeared in television documentaries, and has been featured on numerous radio shows. He also lectures on writing and the paranormal and conducts writing workshops.

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