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Green River Killer

Over at Cartoon Movement, Sara Rosenbaum reviews the new nonfiction graphic novel Green River Killer.
There's nothing remarkable about Jeff Jensen's father. He's an ordinary guy. He has a wife and kids. He's into home improvement. As far as we know, there's no great tragedy or trauma in his life. But he's a homicide cop in Seattle, in 1983, when the corpses of young women are starting to turn up along the banks of the Green River. Some of them are buried, some not. Some of them are naked, some are clothed. Some have been dumped haphazardly; others are carefully arranged. Someone is killing young women in Seattle, and Detective Tom Jensen is drawn into a mystery that will consume his career. [Keep reading]
10.24.2011 |