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This international true crime anthology reveals more than a century of classy crooks and principled pirates from East Chicago to the South China Sea.
Sometimes the nicest people make the best criminals. This volume introduces real-life characters who broke the law for all the right reasons—or committed devious acts with the friendliest of faces. It features incredible stories from across the globe, written by award-winning crime writers, true-crime podcasters, and journalists such as Tom Larsen, David Blumenfeld, and Anthony Ferguson.
You’ll meet Freddie Brenman, the fearsome Chicago street-fighter and trusted friend of John Dillinger; Naún Briones, the Ecuadorian Robin Hood whose outlaw exploits are the stuff of legend; Ching Shih, the nineteenth-century lady pirate who fought Imperial China; and many others.
Mitzi Szereto is an author and anthology editor whose books encompass multiple genres, ranging from her popular true crime franchise The Best New True Crime Stories, to crime fiction, gothic fiction, horror, cozy mystery, satire, sci-fi/fantasy, and erotic fiction. Her novels, anthologies, and short stories have been translated into several languages. She has the added distinction of being the editor of the first anthology of erotic fiction to include a Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature. Mitzi has appeared internationally on radio and television and at major literature festivals, and has taught creative writing around the world, including several universities in the United Kingdom. In addition to producing and presenting the London-based web TV channel Mitzi TV, she portrays herself in the pseudo-documentary British film, Lint: The Movie. Her (oft-neglected) blog of personal essays can be found at Errant Ramblings: Mitzi Szereto’s Weblog.