I read Green River Killer: A True Detective Story by Jeff Jensen and Jonathan Case. It is a big graphic novel; the story of Jeff Jensen's (he writes for Entertainment Weekly and I loved his LOST recaps) dad Thomas Jensen. Thomas Jensen was a police detective who spent years hunting the Green River Killer in Seattle, WA. They finally caught him in 2001 due to new techniques to analyze DNA evidence. The story is told in black and white, very well done and I don't know if I could have handled color murder scenes. It goes back and forth in time as well, contrasting the interrogation with Jensen's early career. It is quite compelling reading a glimpse into the mind of a killer and the man whose career is dedicated to finding him. a 6.