By Johnathan Paul, illustrated by Andrew Dunn
978-1-948692-66-3 paper 19.95
978-1-948692-67-0 ebook 9.99
6×9, 200 pp.
Fairview Chronicles: The Case of Josie White is book two in the Fairview Chronicles series. It picks up where book one left off, but with the focus of the story on Josie White, the missing girl who drew Randall Covington, the protagonist from book one, to the mysterious town of Fairview. After the events of A Wayward Proposition, Randall joins forces with Deputy Nick Faraday and Scientist Tim Hollis to uncover the truth behind the disappearance of Josie White. What they uncover is more than they bargained for and they come face to face with legendary beasts and mystical forces.
Johnathan Paul is an award-winning Texas filmmaker, screenwriter and artist. His work as a freelance illustrator and concept artist led him to experimental film, 3D animation, and documentary film making. Johnathan wrote the first story set in the fictional town of Fairview in 1998 and has quietly expanded that world ever since. Fairview Chronicles is the first of many titles set in this fantastic universe filled with mystical horrors. He is a Professor at the University of North Texas where he teaches film production, visual effects and screenwriting. He also has a long history as a journalist and op-ed writer, having written for various film industry websites. Among his greatest influences are Stephen King, Steven Spielberg, J.R.R. Tolkien, H.P. Lovecraft, and Terry Gilliam.
Andrew Dunn is an award-winning art director, illustrator, and graphic designer. His work as a comic illustrator and concept artist led him to connecting with Johnathan Paul while in college. From that point on, Andrew has worked as the art director for many films and as the lead artist on Fairview Chronicles since 2007. His draftsmanship has grown through the years and has been influenced by artists such as Kenneth Rocafort, Greg Capullo, and Fiona Staples among others.
Also in this series: Fairview Chronicles (book 1): A Wayward Proposition
978-1-948692-10-6 paper 18.95
978-1-948692-11-3 ebook 9.99
6×9, ~208 pp.
Fiction (January 2020)
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