Ghosting is a graphic thriller about a Bus Eireann driver and a missing Italian chambermaid.
It won the Irish Comic News Awards’
OVERALL BEST IRISH COMIC 2020 and made The Irish Times’ Best Graphic Novel of 2021 list.
You can order it on gumroad (book or pdf)
here, and on Kindle here. Even better, you can purchase it in person (or online) at the wonderful Little Deer Comics, which is now a pop-up in Stoneybatter, Dublin 7.
Read a review of it
here and here.
Here is a preview of the first 25 pages of Ghosting
Review from Seamas O’Reilly (The Irish Times) What happens when that person you love just stops calling, never to be seen again? For the protagonist of Ghosting, Dublin Bus driver Stevo, the abrupt disappearance of his new Italian paramour leaves him with pain, paranoia and dark thoughts about what might have gone wrong. Left to navigate life by himself, he’s torn between accepting that he’s been ghosted for the very same mundane reasons his friends tell him, and investigating to see if something more sinister is afoot. Ghosting is a gripping tale of contemporary Dublin, told with a humour and melancholy perfectly suited to Jenkinson’s scratchy, characterful drawings. Long after reading, like the memory of a whirlwind romance, Ghosting lingers in the mind.