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While murder may be the bread and butter of a mystery magazine, this issue entertainingly spotlights another criminal act: theft, in a variety of forms. As often happens with crime, one offense can initiate a chain reaction of subsequent offenses against social norms, escalating even unto the ultimate crime. Herewith a baker’s dozen stories tracing such treacherous paths. With Sherlock Holmes otherwise engaged, Dr. John H. Watson travels to the Lake District to investigate reports of a terrorizing large wild cat in James Tipton’s “The Beast of Easedale Tarn,” but once there he discovers a mystery around a purloined letter to William Wordsworth. In John M. Floyd’s “Friends and Neighbors,” a biologist’s missing bug collection and a stolen deed come to light in one memorable summer afternoon. A thief in ancient times risks invoking the wrath of the gods in William Burton McCormick’s “A Night of Lies, Thieves, and Thunder, Long Ago.” R. T. Lawton’s Holiday Burglars, Yarnell and Beaumont, find themselves on a very strange pub crawl for “St. Paddy’s Day.” A vet suffering from PTSD seeks social media success through documenting instances of stolen valor in Matthew Wilson’s “Thank You for Your Service.” And a set of stolen books is the catalyst for a New Hampshire social worker to change her life in Brendan DuBois’s “The Thrifty Way.”

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