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Tuesday, September 9, 2008

This Sounds Horrible

posted by on September 9 at 11:36 AM

Anthony Zuiker, the man who gave the world CSI, is going to produce a series of digital thriller novels.

At the conclusion of each five chapters, readers will be given codes to log onto a website that will feature two-minute filmed vignettes providing a cinematic bridge to the next five chapters. At the book’s conclusion, readers can join an online community in which they can interact with others and hatch characters and storylines. The best suggestions will be incorporated into future titles, Zuiker said.

The books will be about a “rogue forensics investigator” who takes cases “that are too grim and graphic for “CSI.”” He’ll be like Dirty Harry crossed with David Caruso. In that spirit, here is a YouTube classic about CSI: Miami.

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I didn't think anything was too graphic for CSI.

Posted by Greg | September 9, 2008 12:08 PM

So I'm guessing it will feature even more closeups of dead babies and some super intense sunglasses removing followed by super dry quippage...

Posted by michael strangeways | September 9, 2008 12:44 PM

Gah, that made me yearn for Lennie Briscoe.

Posted by Rose | September 9, 2008 3:08 PM

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