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Who Wants a Copy of Paul Madonna’s Illustrated Mystery “Come to Light”?

Updated: Jun 13, 2021 11:47
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Come to Light

From award-winning artist and author Paul Madonna, creator of the series All Over Coffee, and co-author of the best-selling book Spirits of San Franciscocomes a page-turner mystery with an unusual detective. Presented in a handsome three volume boxed set, each book is illustrated in a separate and distinct style.

Winners will also receive a hand-drawn bookmark, signed by Paul.

Buy an autographed edition from San Francisco’s Booksmith right here. Otherwise, enter below:

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Paul Madonna is an award-winning artist and best-selling author whose unique blend of drawing and storytelling has been heralded as an “all new art form.”

Paul is the creator of the series All Over Coffee, which ran in the San Francisco Chronicle for twelve years, and the author of five books, including the Emit Hopper Mystery Series. His book Everything is its Own Reward won the 2011 NCBA Award for best book.

Paul’s work ranges from novels to cartoons to large-scale public murals and can be found internationally in print as well as in galleries and museums, including the Oakland Museum of California and the William Blake Association in France.

Paul was a founding editor for, has taught drawing at the University of San Francisco, and frequently lectures on creative practice. He holds a BFA from Carnegie Mellon University and was the first (ever!) Art Intern at MAD magazine.

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