When last you left Peg Padlin, the historical hero of Joshua Brown's graphic novel, he was gazing in horror at a female corpse, wondering what dark power --an evil "worse, far worse" than cholera -- had killed the one-time beauty. Unravel the mystery today, as Padlin's adventures in the underbelly of 19th-century New York continue with Episode II of THE HUNGRY EYE.
And in "Federalist Chic," a new installment of Jeff Pasley's political punditry, find out why John Adams has become the new century's least likely media sensation.
Read, enjoy, and talk back to the authors by posting to the newly-enhanced "Republic of Letters," Common-place's threaded discussion board.
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