Stateside
4:43 pm
Tue October 1, 2013

Author revisits crime and corruption of yesteryear in 'Detroit Shuffle'

Corruption. Political shenanigans. Murder. 

That may sound like life in a big city in 2013. 

But Kalamazoo-based writer D.E. Johnson says think again. His latest novel is set in the Detroit of 1912. From his research, there was plenty of crime and corruption happening in those good old days. 

Johnson is out with the fourth novel in his 1910s Detroit series. His latest historical mystery is called "Detroit Shuffle."

Johnson joined us in the studio to talk about his new novel.

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