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Spring Heeled Jack Part One (Surreal Murder Mystery Book 2) [Kindle Edition]

Craig Daley

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Product Description

Product Description

New Kindle Comic Creator HD Version and Part One of Two
From The Tunnels of Hell is a 35 page full colour comic that finally solves the mystery surrounding this urban legend and brings the demon bang up to date.
Jack appeared in Penny Dreadfuls and some literary historians say he was the inspiration for Bram Stoker's Dracula and Bob Kane's Batman, but the truth is often much stranger and more bizarre than fiction.
Have a fun read and please do have nightmares.

Product details

  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 5683 KB
  • Publisher: CDComics; 2 edition (26 Jan 2012)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00727E208
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #672,695 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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More About the Author

It's not about me, it's about the stories and here are some extracts from independent reviews...

Horror Cult Films UK Reviewer
"Daley takes the reader into his bustling world and allows them to experience it first hand. The introduction of Tesla and the Wickedest Man in the World, occultist Aleister Crowley, was well worth the wait." (Manhattan 1930 Part One and Two)
"Daley's unique, dry wit is the highlight of his writing. He may write great stories, but when it comes to the closing pages, there's no one else to compare. CD Comics output has been nothing but a treat to read. Another cult gem." (Meadowhell Parts One and Two)
"This is an enjoyable mystery romp with a supernatural edge that makes it all the more satisfying, with each issue being less than £1 each, what are you waiting for?" (Spring Heeled Jack Part One and Two)
"The climax is very funny, it is certainly one of the more out-there reasons for serial murder. The writing is superb, creative and witty, you really are missing out on some genius story telling if you don't give it a go." (Football Crazy Part One and Two)


Rotting Zombie UK Reviewer
"So much work goes into giving a realistic bend to his comics that it really sets them apart from others which just do not have the same level of crazy detail. When I found out I was surprised and going back you can see a ridiculous amount of clues littering the comic which unless you are insane you would just never pick up on."(Meadowhell Parts One and Two)
"I love how this story is set out, split into three different tales almost. One takes place in 1873, one takes place in 1973, while the last takes place in 2011. Another good comic though, hypnotic, and entertaining and worth a look at." (Spring Heeled Jack Part One and Two)
"There were twists that were surprising, and the vein of funny running through the whole thing really hit the spot! Full of hidden Easter Eggs as well and it really hits the description of a 'surreal murder mystery'." (Football Crazy Parts One and Two)

Comic $astards US Reviewer
"It's rare that a comic completely catches me off guard... With this series though, I was caught off guard completely when I read it, so much so that I leaned back in my chair and was like, "Damn... you got me. Around half way through the second issue when the bomb is dropped on you... I was blown away, for two bucks it's well worth it, so check it out." (Meadowhell Parts One and Two)

Omnicomics US Reviewer
"Daley's crafted a story that feels like an episode of television crime drama. It read and felt very much like an episode of BBC's Luther, the acclaimed BBC detective drama. The way the story unfolds makes it difficult to predict. It's not one where halfway through you know who did it, why they did it and how. It's only at the end that everything comes together and Daley even uses character expository for the purpose of tying it all up in a neat little package." (Football Crazy Parts One and Two)

You can find out more and see lots of images at www.cdgraphicnovels.blogspot.com
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