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3 1/2 stars. Fewer uplifting, more depressing stories of crimes bringing the downfall of innocents than the usual Fiction River magazines. The writers were solid. The stories well written. More the subject matter wasn't a good choice for our family having a dying parent. Kris Nelscott's offering was excellent as usual. If you are a regular crime story reader, you'll probably enjoy this issue.
I enjoyed the premise of this collection of short stories. History and crime is like coffee and chocolate to me. Good on it's own but even better together. Each story is about crime that is no longer illegal in the eyes of the law. It wasn't always so.