Normandy Gold
Sex, violence and corruption collide in this gritty vigilante thriller set in 1970s Washington DC. When her younger sister is found at the center of a brutal murder investigation, tough-as-nails Sheriff Normandy Gold is forced to dive headfirst into the seedy world of 1970s prostitution and soon discovers a twisted conspiracy leading right to the White House.

Normandy Gold Details

TitleNormandy Gold
Author
LanguageEnglish
ReleaseJan 30th, 2018
PublisherTitan Comics
Rating
GenreSequential Art, Graphic Novels, Fiction, Mystery, Crime, Comics

Normandy Gold Review

  • Jason Furman
    January 1, 1970
    This graphic novel (or collection of five comic books) tells a hard boiled story set in the 1970s of a striking female sheriff who comes to Washington DC to investigate/avenge the murder of her estranged little sister who got caught up in a high class escort ring with ties that go the very top of the political system. The plot is interesting enough to sustain the work but increasingly absurd as the conspiracies go increasingly high up the chain. The illustrations are really good and bring back a This graphic novel (or collection of five comic books) tells a hard boiled story set in the 1970s of a striking female sheriff who comes to Washington DC to investigate/avenge the murder of her estranged little sister who got caught up in a high class escort ring with ties that go the very top of the political system. The plot is interesting enough to sustain the work but increasingly absurd as the conspiracies go increasingly high up the chain. The illustrations are really good and bring back a world that may never have existed outside of the 1970s and 1980s movies it draws on ranging from Taxi Driver to The Conversation. And the characters are what they are—tough women, prostitutes with hearts of gold, corrupt depraved politicians, honest low-level cops, and the like. Worth a quick read (in my case was drawn by the author Megan Abbott, would recommend her novels).
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