It was a perfect crime.
Technically, it wasn’t even a time at all considering where he committed it in the timeline.
He’d travel back in time to Amsterdam in the 1630s. A few short trips gave him insider knowledge on which bulbs would produce the most valuable tulips. All he had to do was resell the bulbs, deposit the profits, and check his bank balance in his own time. Sure, it caused hyperinflation in the seventeenth century, but that wasn’t his problem.
Except for this time, he materialized surrounded by bloodthirsty botanists looking to make a deal of their own.

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