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Storyville: The Prostitute Murders is an original graphic novel set in the Storyville district of 1910 New Orleans which was the home for the "Devil's Blues" which later became known as jazz. The legalized red light district ran for 25 years and virtually everything was permitted - from sex to booze, from gambling to drugs. The only thing that was not acceptable was murder, because murder was bad for business. When prostitutes and their customers start being killed, Detective Brian Donahue, a transplant from Chicago, finds he has no answer to these seemingly random murders. Pressured by the local 'political machine' Donahue enlists the aid of Dr. Eric Trevor, a psychiatrist at the nearby Saint James Infirmary. And the two of them embark to unravel the mystery of this new type of killer seldom seen before...a serial killer. From the mind of Gary Reed, writer of the critically acclaimed Renfield and Saint Germaine graphic novels. Collects issues 1-5.
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Set in the Storyville district of 1910 New Orleans, which was the home for the "Devil's Blues," which later became known as jazz. The legalized red light district ran for 25 years and virtually everything was permitted - from sex to booze, from gambling to drugs. The only thing that was not acceptable was murder, because murder was bad for business. When prostitutes and their customers start being killed, Detective Brian Donahue, a transplant from Chicago, finds he has no answer to these seemingly random murders. Pressured by the local 'political machine' Donahue enlists the aid of Dr. Eric Trevor, a psychiatrist at the nearby Saint James Infirmary, a hospital for the mentally ill. It is hoped that Dr. Trevor will provide the answers these seemingly random and vicious crimes. And the two of them embark to unravel the mystery of this new type of killer seldom seen before...a serial killer. From the mind of Gary Reed, writer of the critically acclaimed Renfield and Saint Germaine.
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While attempting to solve the Storyville district murders in 1910 New Orleans, Detective Brian Donahue comes under pressure by his superiors and local 'political machine' and enlists the aid of Dr. Eric Trevor, a psychiatrist at the nearby Saint James Infirmary, a hospital for the mentally ill. Dr. Trevor is at first reluctant to join, his main concern is for his patients, not the police's work but understands his value to the investigation. As he evaluates the mounting crime scenes, he begins to formulate his own idea of why the crimes are occurring and that perhaps it was not the prostitutes that were the intended victims but actually their customers.
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While attempting to solve the Storyville district murders in 1910 New Orleans, Dr.Eric Trevor finds out that Detective Donahue is much more resourceful than he thought as he is invited to participate in Donahue's "private" investigation since officially, things have to be kept quiet so as not to disrupt the thriving economic base of Storyville. New to the city, Trevor finds out about the past of Storyville while at the same time attending his Saint James Infirmary patients, including a 15-year-old boy who murdered his two friends for no apparent reason. Trevor explains to the investigative police team about the ideas behind Jack the Ripper and how the cases might be eerily similar.
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The investigation makes headway as answers start to develop that explain the murders. A society of businessmen who banded together for profit and appearances may be the key to the murders. In a city full of disease before the era of antibiotics, deadly diseases may also play a major role. But the investigators have to be careful as the city is on the precipice of another riot, which decimated the city a decade earlier.
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The conclusion to the mystery as Trevor finds out the key suspect was a patient at Saint James Infirmary. But even identifying the murdered still leaves the question of motive. Donahue, Trevor, and the support team lay a trap for the killer in hope that they not only stop the murders but find out why as well.
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A tale of murder, motorcycle gangs, Charlie Manson, and the man who starred as TV's Marshal Hondo Bradley. California in the summer of '69 was a place of free love and hippie communes. But when Korean War Veteran and novelist Rory Hawkins spends the day interviewing George Clayton, former star of the hit TV western series Outlaw Pass, things take an unexpected turn when they cross paths with Charlie Manson at the Spahn movie ranch. Though this comic series is fiction many of the characters are real, and the story is rooted in historical fact, specifically Manson's desire to target celebrities for violence and his infamous residence at the Spahn movie ranch. Also, this series takes place during a very specific historical timeline (Saturday, August 2 - Monday, August 11, 1969), and the events are intertwined with the Sharon Tate and LaBianca family murders that took place during those days. It features meticulously research on the Manson murders and the narrative has been developed in a way so that the events in the story could be historically plausible and a resolution is reached without contradicting the historical record. Collects issues 1-7.
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A tale of murder, motorcycle gangs, Charlie Manson, and the man who starred as TV's Marshal Hondo Bradley. California in the summer of '69 was a place of free love and hippie communes. But when Korean War Veteran and novelist Rory Hawkins spends the day interviewing George Clayton, former star of the hit TV western series Outlaw Pass, things take an unexpected turn when they cross paths with Charlie Manson at the Spahn movie ranch. Though this comic series is fiction many of the characters are real, and the story is rooted in historical fact, specifically Manson's desire to target celebrities for violence and his infamous residence at the Spahn movie ranch. Also, this series takes place during a very specific historical timeline (Saturday, August 2 - Monday, August 11, 1969), and the events are intertwined with the Sharon Tate and LaBianca family murders that took place during those days. It features meticulously research on the Manson murders and the narrative has been developed in a way so that the events in the story could be historically plausible and a resolution is reached without contradicting the historical record.
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Rory meets Franny, a young artist who shares more in common with him than he realizes. However, the next evening while Rory is continuing to interview George Clayton for his novel, Rory realizes that they are being watched. When Rory and George confront the trespassers, they're shocked at what they find and how quickly things can escalate to violence. As Charlie Manson has now site his evil sites on the duo.
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Rory and Franny go on their first date, but shortly after Rory is ambushed in an alley by the Straight Satans motorcycle gang. After two attacks in as many days, one of them by followers of Charlie Manson, Rory enlists the help of his old friend Mossy, the President of the Mongrels Motorcycle Club. Though this comic series is fiction many of the characters are real, and the story is rooted in historical fact, specifically Charlie Manson's desire to target celebrities for violence and his infamous residence at the Spahn movie ranch. Also, this series takes place during a very specific historical timeline (Saturday, August 2 - Monday, August 11, 1969), and the events are intertwined with the Sharon Tate and LaBianca family murders that took place during those days. It features meticulously research on the Manson murders and the narrative has been developed in a way so that the events in the story could be historically plausible and a resolution is reached without contradicting the historical record.
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