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Meadowhell: Part Two
     

Meadowhell: Part Two

by Craig Daley
 

Meadowhell: The True Horror of Shopping is the first of CDComics Surreal Murder Mystery Series. This 64 page colour comic in two parts contains all the clues to solve the crime and identify the murderer.

So why not test your investigative skills and try to solve the murders by looking for clues as the police search the crime scene, interview suspects, gather

Overview

Meadowhell: The True Horror of Shopping is the first of CDComics Surreal Murder Mystery Series. This 64 page colour comic in two parts contains all the clues to solve the crime and identify the murderer.

So why not test your investigative skills and try to solve the murders by looking for clues as the police search the crime scene, interview suspects, gather the forensic evidence and talk to experts in various fields.

This is a surreal narrative and your knowledge of the occult and paranormal as well as your powers of observation and deduction will be pushed to their limits.

Meadowhell blends fact with fiction, the Meadowhall Mall or shopping centre is real and was opened twenty years ago after an unexplained delay and locally it is known as 'Meadowhell'. On the days the story takes place there was an earthquake in Iran and England played Belgium in Italia '90', while Nelson Mandela visited America and the second Zodiac killer claimed another victim in New York.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940044734289
Publisher:
Craig Daley
Publication date:
07/21/2012
Series:
Meadowhell: The True Horror of Shopping , #2
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
3 MB
Age Range:
18 Years

Meet the Author

It's all about the narrative, whether it's a Surreal Murder Mystery, Pulp Fiction or Heroic escapades, my artwork allows the story to be told. My influence and inspiriation comes from Rod Serling's Twilight Zone, Nigel Kneale's Quatermass, Edgar Allan Poe, the comics of Lee and Kirby with everything else I've ever seen or heard mixed in, Humour within the surreal, macabre and bizarre often simply the twists that end the stories, the punchline is all important.

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