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Empathy is the enemy

Author: Denise Mina; Leonardo Manco; Jared K Fletcher
Publisher: New York : DC Comics, ©2006.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"In this hypnotic tale of guilt, deceit, murder and the secret history of Scotland, award-winning novelist Denise Mina guides John Constantine into a new era of his macabre career-- and a mystery that, Constantine knows all too well, seems destined to end in his own death. Beginning with a chance meeting in a London pub, Constantine finds himself swept along on the road to Glasgow, Scotland, where the murder rate is  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Horror comic books, strips, etc
Graphic novels
Comic books, strips, etc
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Denise Mina; Leonardo Manco; Jared K Fletcher
ISBN: 140121066X 9781401210663
OCLC Number: 76950486
Notes: "Originally published in magazine form as Hellblazer 216-222"--T.p. verso.
Target Audience: Suggested for mature readers.
Description: 168 p. : chiefly col. ill. ; 26 cm.
Other Titles: John Constantine, Hellblazer.
Responsibility: Denise Mina, writer ; Leonardo Manco, artist ; Jared K. Fletcher, letterer.

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"In this hypnotic tale of guilt, deceit, murder and the secret history of Scotland, award-winning novelist Denise Mina guides John Constantine into a new era of his macabre career-- and a mystery that, Constantine knows all too well, seems destined to end in his own death. Beginning with a chance meeting in a London pub, Constantine finds himself swept along on the road to Glasgow, Scotland, where the murder rate is soaring and the most popular diet consists of cigarettes, whisky and sugar-- in other words, a city where Constantine feels right at home. But things are different this time. Constantine has been cursed with the worst thing he can feel: empathy for his fellow human beings"--P. [4] of cover.

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