"Collins masterfully blends fact and fiction...transcends the historical thriller." - Jeffery Deaver "Violent and volatile and packed with sexuality...classic pulp fiction." -" USA Today" "Collins' witty, hard-boiled prose would make Raymond Chandler proud." -" Entertainment Weekly" "Max Allan Collins blends fact and fiction like no other writer." - Andrew Vachss "Collins makes it sound as though it really happened." - New York Daily News "Few people alive today can tell a story better than Max Allan Collins. SEDUCTION OF THE INNOCENT is a great, page-turning read that is beautiful to look at and serves as another proud addition to the Hard Case Crime library." - "Bookreporter " "A solid tale of crime, greed, and murder with a tasty dash of sequential art history in the mix." - "Fanboy Comics" "Everything I would ever want in a detective novel." - "Geek Hard" "When a book manages to keep me reading from beginning to end, I consider it a job well done, but when I sit there for hours on end reading because I can't put it down, that's when I consider a book truly good and Seduction of the Innocent falls happily in that second category." - "Geekenstein" "A fast read, hedged by a bevy of hilarious characters and culminating in a delicious 'whodunit.'" - "Noir Whale" "Any fan of noir, pulp fiction or comic books will appreciate Seduction of the Innocent." - "Pop Cults" "Hats off to Max Allan Collins for this phenomenally entertaining piece of historical fiction, and Terry Beatty, for the classic, inspired EC style art work." -" Comic Hype"Vom Verlag:
It's 1954, and a critic has declared war on comic books, campaigning to get them banned - especially the scary, gory, bloody sort. But the would-be censor meets a violent end of his own - leaving his opponents in hot water. Can Jack Starr, private eye to the funny-book industry, and his beautiful boss Maggie, unravel the secret of Dr. Frederick's gruesome demise?
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