Maggy Garrisson


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Stephane Oiry, Lewis Trondheim


After two years of unemployment, Maggy Garrisson lands a secretarial job. Too bad her new boss is the shady, shambolic Anthony Wight: private detective and alcoholic. But a job is a job, and Maggy could use the cash.

Five days into her new role, Wight is beaten to a pulp and Maggy is tasked with returning his wallet. With this seemingly innocuous request, Maggy enters a sinister underworld of bent cops, crooked businessmen and career criminals. There’s a lot to investigate, from the disappearance of a family album to the theft of gold teeth from bodies at the crematorium. But for someone with the energy, ingenuity and enterprising spirit of Maggy Garrison, puzzles are there to be solved – especially if there’s money to be made in the process.

Maggy Garrisson is a lean, stylish and darkly compelling crime story in which Lewis Trondheim and Stéphane Oiry introduce an unforgettable heroine: smart, subversive and admirably unconventional.

Additional information

Weight 544 g
Dimensions 19.2 x 26 cm
Publisher name Self Made Hero
Publication date 1 July 2019
Number of pages 152
Format Paperback / softback
Contributors Illustrated by Stephane Oiry, Text by Lewis Trondheim
Dimensions 19.2 x 26 cm
Weight 544 g


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Lewis Trondheim is a award-winning comics writer, artist and publisher. He is the author of an incredible number of comics and graphic novels spanning almost every genre. His books include Poppies of Iraq and the Angoulême-winning Slaloms. Trondheim was made a Knight of the Order of Arts and Literature in 2005. The following year he received the Grand Prix at the Angoulême International Comics Festival. Born in Fontainebleau, he lives in Paris.

Stéphane Oiry is a comic book artist, animator and children's book author. He co-founded the children's comics magazine Capsule Cosmique, of which he was deputy editor-in-chief. His books include Les passe-murailles (with Jean-Luc Cornette) and Pauline et les loups garous (with Appollo). Oiry teaches illustration at the Condé School of Art and Design.