Grave Sight: A Graphic Novel

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With Bill Harms; Illustrations by Denis Medri

Acclaimed and NYT Bestselling author Charlaine Harris, the writer of the Sookie Stackhouse series, has joined the Dynamite Entertainment family with the first book of her hit Harper Connelly series, Grave Sight. Dynamite is extremely proud to present Charlaine Harris’ first comic adaptation!

Lightning-struck sleuth Harper Connelly and her stepbrother Tolliver are experts at getting in, getting paid, and then getting out of town fast—because the people who hire Harper have a funny habit of not really wanting to know what she has to tell them. At first, the little Ozarks town of Sarne seems like no exception. A teenage girl has gone missing, and Harper knows almost immediately that this girl is dead. But the secrets of her death—and the secrets of the town—are deep enough that even Harper’s special ability can’t uncover them. With hostility welling up all around them, she and Tolliver would like nothing better than to be on their way. But then another woman is murdered. And the killer’s not finished yet…


“The art in this book is well done […] Fans of Charlaine Harris will appreciate this three-part adaptation.”


“Flashes of brilliance. [Artists] Denis Medri and Paolo Francescutto do an excellent job capturing human emotion and expression.”

“The art and adaptation make this story entertaining, true to the characters and their abilities. There’s some nice artwork to represent Harper in her working mode as opposed to daily life.”


“This graphic novel does a fine job of capturing the mood of Harris’s writing […] If you’re already a fan, I’m pretty sure you’ll get a kick out of seeing one artist’s impression of the movie you have running in your head when you’re reading the prose.

Fantasy and Science Fiction

“The illustrations are gorgeous […] Definitely a comic to pick up if you like murder mysteries and awesome female characters.”

Chicks with Crossbows

“I thoroughly enjoyed this well-paced and dramatic story. And the artwork fit the dark tone. I’d definitely pick up more in this series.”

SciFi Chick

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