Two years after the publication of “The Good Nurse,” which was widely praised for its graphic nature, James Patterson’s first book of graphic fiction was named “the best graphic novel of the year” by Publishers Weekly.

The “The Great Detective” was a winner of the 2009 Caldecott Medal for Best Graphic Fiction.

The book was adapted into the 2010 film “The Perfect Storm” starring Robert De Niro, which is now available for streaming.

The award was presented by the National Cartoonists Society.

“It’s an honor to be recognized for my work on this incredible project, and to receive this prestigious award,” Patterson said in a statement.

“I am incredibly grateful to all of my fans and to all the people in this industry who supported my artistic vision.”

Patterson is best known for his work on “The Dark Knight Returns” series, which has spawned a number of television series, books, and comics.

The graphic novel series “The Detectives” debuted in 2008 and has since sold more than 20 million copies.

“The New Adventures of Sherlock Holmes” is a comic series created by Patterson, which ran on DC Comics from 2006 to 2009.

Patterson has also written short stories for “Adventure Time,” “Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.,” and “The Walking Dead.”

The title “The Detective” is the second in a series of graphic novels from Patterson and co-writer Jason Aaron, who also is known for “The Wicked + The Divine” series.

“In a series that has inspired so many young and old fans around the world, it is both a tribute to my favorite characters and a celebration of the world’s best storytellers,” Patterson wrote on his blog.

“As readers of the comic and the book will tell you, a comic is a great medium, but it is a medium you can never fully appreciate unless you are there to read it.”

Read moreJames Patterson’s work on the “The Doctor” series has won multiple awards, including the 2007 Caldecot Medal, the 2009 National Book Award, the 2007 National Book Critics Circle Award for Outstanding Book, and the 2009 Independent Spirit Award for Excellence in Graphic Design.

The title of this story is “The Mystery,” the title of Patterson’s book.

This is a “secret” story, so it won’t be in print.

This story was written in collaboration with the creators of “A Nightmare on Elm Street” and “Pumpkin Patch.”

The story will be released in a graphic novel form sometime this year.