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Talking about #WhatCanBe is one thing, however, it comes down to action as well as words.

Coincidentally, these days, my words, spoken or written, are also my actions both in my professional life and in my hobby, researching and writing about organised crime.

Readers will be fascinated by accounts of well-mannered criminals penned by writers such as Dean Jobb, Paul Willetts, Janel Comeau, Morgan Barbour, T. Fox Dunham, David Breakspear, Anthony Ferguson, and many others.

The Best New True Crime Stories: Well-Mannered Crooks, Rogues & Criminals is scheduled for release on June 15th and available in the UK a month later. You can pre-order your copy by following the link at the end of this blog which will take you to Mitzi’s website where, as well as pre-ordering The Best New True Crime Stories: Well-Mannered Crooks, Rogues & Criminals, you can check out and order Mitzi’s previous books. These include books one and two in the continuing series of The Best New True Crime Stories.

“Ever since E.W. Hornung—brother-in-law of Arthur Conan Doyle—introduced the public in 1898 to his character A.J. Raffles, genteel, cricket-playing thief, the notion of the nonviolent criminal, from Robin Hood to Danny Ocean, has captured the public’s attention. No blood, no gore: just people trying to scrape a living off the earnings of others. In her latest compendium, Mitzi Szereto has brought together a terrifically readable collection of new and intriguing case histories, including John Dillinger’s bagman and Ching Shih, the nineteenth-century woman pirate of the South China Sea.”—J.P. Smith, author of If She Were Dead and The Summoning.

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