Liar's Kiss

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Top Shelf Productions, 2012 - Comics & Graphic Novels
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Skillman and Soriano weave a twisted tale of classic noir. The story keeps you guessing until the end, and the art delivers the right blend of pitch-black shadows and crisp, sexy line work. --Sean Phillips, artist of Criminal, Incognito, and Sleeper "Loved it. The dialogue crackles, the art's delicious, and the moral ambiguity hits you like a fist in the belly. This is noir at its best."--Charles Ardai, author of Songs of Innocence, Little Girl Lost, and publisher of the Hard Case Crime series THE WAY HE INVESTIGATES IS A CRIME IN ITSELF. Nick Archer isn't much of a detective, but he's managed to get himself one pretty sweet surveillance gig: once a week he sends a jealous millionaire the photos that prove his wife is faithful, leaving Nick plenty of free nights to spend making a liar of both himself and the client's wife. But when the client turns up dead, his cheating wife is the prime suspect and it's up to Nick to clear her-- except Nick has an agenda of his own, and connections to this case that go deeper than anyone realizes. An amazing crime noir debut!
 

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User Review  - zzshupinga - LibraryThing

Nick Archer is a private detective. He isn't much of one, but he does have a pretty decent gig: to watch a rich client's wife and prove that she is (or isn't) faithful. And of course Nick has struck ... Read full review

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User Review  - sorell - LibraryThing

Liar’s Kiss is everything you could want from a graphic novel noir. It is classic, edgy, and is filled with intrigue. I took a chance on it because I love graphic novels and I figure that even if it ... Read full review

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