4.11 | Episode 100! (Daaaaaaaang)

Oh dang! Here comes part two! We’ll straight up never stop! Tune in for some more rapid-fire reviews, news, and Lee stealing shoes!

Have an absolutely brilliant (and safe) New Year’s Eve everyone!

4.10 | Episode 99: A 2018 Crime Podyssey

Well a happy new year to all of our lovely listeners! Welcome to part one of a spectacularly exciting 2018 retrospective!

Join Lee and Eddie as they shoot the shit and take a look back at the year(s) that was!

Then chuck on over to part two, so the dang party goes all night!

4.9 | Richard Bachman, Stephen King, & Alexandre Dumas

Oh dang! Stephen King has a secret clone locked in a dairy farm’s basement! Will Lee uncover the truth in time? Will Eddie pen a critically acclaimed screenplay starring Amanda Bynes? Hard to say.

Eddie is moving forward in time, and we leave the 18th century for the much more recent 19th with Alexandre Dumas’ Count of Monte Christo!

4.8 | Ann Radcliffe, Samantha Hayes, & Halloween

Oh Dang! That Eddie is still on this darn Gothic kick! When will they stop? Never. When will Lee stop complaining about it? Also never.

If the Gothic’s weird obsession with Italy has got you down, don’t worry! Lee has a book about everyone’s favourite type of event: A Reunion! ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

Then our two intrepid hosts are off to the movies, for Halloween, and a bit of a Haunting at Hill House!

4.6 | Umberto Eco, Ling Ma, & Book Promises

Oh dang! Eddie’s still on that Gothic kick! Time to get way too meta with Umberto Eco’s Name of the Rose! Lee has been overcome with lyrical awe with Ling Ma’s breathtaking debut, Severance. And we want to know what promises a book makes when you pick it up (Oh no! A talking book, don’t freak out!)

Is William of Baskervilles just a sneaky Sherlock Holmes clone? Will Lee recover from the wonder that is Severance in time to review it without weeping? Is Eddie secretly eating books for sustenance?

Find out in this (not at all) suspenseful episode of… Crime Time!

Crime Time’s Top 5 releases of 2018

Ling Ma’s debut apocalyptic masterpiece Severance.  A deeply unsettling millennial joyride toward the end of days. Christian White’s debut psychological…