Deceit is universal and murder has no permanent home. Both Al Capone and a medieval relic thief could understand them. So could lawyers, teenagers, union members, contract killers, and Home Economics teachers. With rich historical detail, the stories in Crime In Its Time range from England in the middle ages to Wisconsin in the present-day. They are seven tales of deceit and murder, past and present.
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About the Author
MJ Jones grew up in Wisconsin and lives there now. She taught college English in the South and Midwest. Her crime fiction has appeared in Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine, Scribblers & Ink Spillers, and elsewhere in print and online. Her story "The Witch and the Relic Thief" received Mystery Writers of America's Robert L. Fish Memorial Award for Best Short Story (2001).