About the Author
John Anthony Miller writes all things historical—thrillers, mysteries, and romance. He sets his novels in exotic locations spanning all eras of space and time, with complex characters forced to face inner conflicts, fighting demons both real and imagined. Each of his nine novels are unique: a Medieval epic, two Jazz Age mysteries, a Cold-War thriller, a 1970’s cozy/romance, and four WWII thrillers, including the award-winning novel, When Darkness Comes. He lives in southern New Jersey with his family.
Paris, 1874: an artist’s model is murdered and a wealthy socialite posing for her portrait is stalked by an unknown assailant.
Normandy, 1956: a young widow inherits a house and finds eight old paintings with a mysterious note that claims they’re clues to a crime. But how did they get there?
Two mysteries from different ages, the clues connected yet riddles remain. The cast of characters span a century—from a pompous detective, romantic artist, wealthy socialite, and famous racehorse, to a Nazi colonel, young widow, ambitious jockey and retired policeman.
A Crime Through Time is a puzzle with pieces that don’t quite fit, a tale of intrigue, honor, and deceit, where lies are truths, fact is fiction, and nothing is ever quite as it seems.