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    (Dark Horse, 2006)
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Like many manga-styled novels, the story begins with a naked woman posing for a picture. The story very quickly goes in a different direction, however, as the important element is not the woman—but a ghostly image in the background. It’s not long before a skeleton, a psychic investigator, and what may be the spirit of a murdered girl enter the picture, setting the stage for a mystery far greater than what the young woman trying to make a name for herself as a reporter had bargained for.

This spooky little page-turner blends horror and the supernatural with a good old-fashioned murder mystery, laced throughout with dry wit. Housui Yamazaki shows equal talents with words and pictures.

— Andy Richardson

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#1

  12/1/2006
  $10.95
  $11.00
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  Housui YamazakiHousui Yamazaki

#2

  1/1/2007
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  $11.00
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 B&WHousui YamazakiHousui Yamazaki

#3

  3/1/2007
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  Housui YamazakiHousui Yamazaki