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This is book number 4 in the Stumptown series.
Portland's best private investigator Dex Parios is back and this time, the case is a real grind. When she picks up a simple assignment to escort a package of highly-prized coffee beans, Dex has no idea that she's stepping into the web of the Barista Mafia and eccentric billionaires with no compunction about using force to get the most coveted coffee around. And to top it all off, her sister is in town. Join Eisner Award-winner Greg Rucka and series artist Justin Greenwood (The Fuse) in this for this new softcover edition of The Case of a Cup of Joe, the fourth case in the critically-acclaimed Stumptown series.
About the Author
Greg Rucka began his writing career in earnest at the age of 10 by winning a county-wide short-story contest, and hasn’t let up since. He is the author of nearly a dozen novels, six featuring bodyguard Atticus Kodiak, and three featuring Tara Chace, the protagonist of his Queen & Countryseries. Additionally, he has penned several short-stories, countless comics, and the occasional non-fiction essay. In comics, he has had the opportunity to write stories featuring some of the world’s best-known characters—Superman, Batman, and Wonder Woman—as well as penning several creator-owned properties himself, such as Whiteout and Queen & Country, both published by Oni Press. Greg resides in Portland, Oregon, with his wife, author Jennifer Van Meter, and his two children.
Matthew Southworth is a musician, playwright, filmmaker, and cartoonist who has living in Seattle, Washington. He used to lead a band called the Capillaries, and they never broke up. He directed an independent feature film that he very nearly finished. He came this close to getting his Masters in playwriting and directing from Carnegie Mellon University. In addition to Stumptown, he has drawn comics for Marvel, DC, and Image.
Rico Renzi is an artist and designer from Washington D.C.. His work has appeared in WIRED and Fast Company Magazines, and various publications from D.C., Marvel, Image, Dark Horse, Scholastic, Boom Studios, Oni Press and IDW. He currently colors Spider-Gwen and The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl every month and resides in Charlotte, North Carolina with his wife and daughter.