I just read Rick Geary's Famous Players story, which I think is a few years old but I just got a few weeks ago. This one is great! By now I'm quite familiar with Geary's art but I think he stepped it up a few times in this one. Tons a faces, each with their own distinctive characteristics. Some of the background details were phenominal, such as how he drew the chruch or the shadow from a porch over a house. Like most of these I knew nothing of this specific murder so I found it facinating. It was kind of like reading an US Weekly from 1922. :) Another winner from Geary! I think I'm still missing 1 or 2 of these but I'll track them down.