Shutterbug Follies

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Doubleday Graphic Novels, Oct 8, 2002 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 153 pages
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A plucky and insatiably curious young woman, Bee works for a photofinishing technician at a one-hour lab in lower Manhattan. When pictures of a naked corpse are left for processing, Bee's curiosity goes into high gear. "Shutterbug Follies" is a comic murder mystery filled with unlikely coincidences, humorous misunderstandings, and hairbreadth escapes.

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Review: Shutterbug Follies: Graphic Novel

User Review  - Celina - Goodreads

I picked up this book because I'm a shutterbug, so a story that pulls visual elements from photography appealed to me. I enjoyed Jason Little's use of negatives as panels as our heroine takes it upon ... Read full review

Review: Shutterbug Follies: Graphic Novel

User Review  - Codie - Goodreads

The attention to detail is incredible in this! As a former photo lab manager, all of the photo processing details are spot-on. I also identify with this s bit because of the photo processing ... Read full review

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About the author (2002)

Jason Little lives in Brooklyn with his wife, novelist Myla Goldberg. He wrote and illustrated the award-winning Jack's Luck Runs Out, as well as a number of short works for various cartoon anthologies.

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