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Ruse:  Enter the Detective

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Waid, Mark(2002)
Ruse: Enter the Detective

Simon Harcourt is renowned as the world’s greatest detective. He is young, handsome, intelligent – and absolutely dreadful at dealing with other people. His assistant is a young, beautiful woman with a mysterious past. Together they are investigating a series of murders that will try Archard’s detecting skills and his partner’s patience. Ruse is a cleverly constructed, beautifully illustrated graphic novel, combining the best aspects of a Sherlock Holmes detective story with intriguing hints of fantasy to produce a compelling, seamless whole. Cleverly done, excellent storytelling.

Reviewed by Ian R., North County Regional

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