Who Censored Roger Rabbit? review

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Eddie Valiant is the toughest private eye in Los Angeles, and he’ll handle anything – if you’re human. If you’re a Toon, that’s another story. Eddie doesn’t like Toons – those cartoon characters who live side-by-side with humans. Not the way they look, and especially not the way they talk: word-filled balloons come out of their mouths and then disintegrate, leaving dust all over his rug. Eddie will work for a Toon if his cash supply is low enough. So he reluctantly agrees when Roger Rabbit, a Toon who plays straight man (or should that be straight rabbit) in the Baby Herman cartoon series, asks him to find out who’s been trying – unsuccessfully – to buy his contract from the DeGreasy Brothers syndicate. Then Rocco DeGreasy is murdered – and Roger is the prime suspect!

Source: Amazon.com

If you’ve seen the movie, I suggest you read this, but strongly suggest you do not read anything about it other than what I’ve cleverly edited above, as pretty much every review or synopsis seems to give away one of the best twists in a murder mystery that I’ve ever had the pleasure of reading.  This was a good book, not because of the mystery, but because of the vivid world that the author has created.  By the by, the author’s name is Gary Wolf, a toon name if I’ve ever heard one!

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    1. Read it before I saw the movie, then saw the movie and thought, “Well, that was different…”

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