When I first started the story I must confess I was a bit close minded at the destruction of a book, but I continued on. I did enjoy the style of your story and even wondered (as I had never read the book) if you were re-telling 'the trap'. What I see is the story of man who faces a dull drudgery of a lonely, regimented, and joyless life. He is longing to be able to embrace something beautiful, pure and good (the dandelions in the field). Although the story seems to make it appear that he has stumbled upon a murder scene I believe that he is the murderer, though I don't know that he is fully aware of that fact. He believes he will be blamed for the murder of the young woman (probably rightly so) and does not report it deciding instead to hunt the killer. Pegging his neighbor as the killer the scene is set for more murder. The story itself is not explicit, but I believe he has then killed his neighbor 'the murderer' and fled to start a new life probably taking the identity of his murdered neighbor. As the story ends I get the impression that consciously or not he is fleeing the mayhem he has created to start the cycle again: drudgery, seeking beauty, trying to maintain control, destroying beauty, fleeing.. Perhaps he has done this many times before? Perhaps, but I think it is certain he will do so again, each time with a little less ability to maintain control.
All told I quite enjoyed the story, and your art style. It would be nice to have some subtitles as some of your text is a bit hard to read (I understand that it is artistically supposed to be, but I still want to be able to read it).
Edit: While I have not used InDesign more than just to toy with it quickly I think that you could add subtitles in the form of captions: though I believe that would be something that cannot be turned off by the end user. Below is adobes user guide reference for the addition of captions.