|Who Censored Roger Rabbit? (1981) [Novel]|
by Gary K. Wolf
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(From the publisher):
CRACK DETECTIVE EDDIE VALIANT HAS FOUND HIS TOUGHEST CASE:
I found the bungalow and rang the bell.
My client answered the door.
He was almost my height, close to six feet, but only if you counted his eighteen-inch ears.
For eyes he had twin black dots, floating in the center of two oblong white saucers. His white stomach, nose, toes, and palms on a light brown body made him resemble someone who had just walked face first into a freshly painted wall.
"I'm Eddie Valiant, private eye. You the one who called?"
"Yes, I am," he said, extending a fuzzy white paw. "I'm Roger Rabbit."
Original title: Who Censored Roger Rabbit?
Genre: Fiction→ Children & Young Adult→ Humorous Fiction
- On the cover, Roger is saying, "Help! I'm stuck in a mystery of double-crosses, steamy broads, and killer cream pies"
- This was the basis for the film Who Framed Roger Rabbit. While the two share a set of common characters, they are almost completely different stories.