1.22 | Gilly Macmillan, Alice Hoffmann, & Hopeless Whodunnits

In this episode Lee and Eddie talk Practical Magic, speculate about What She Knew, and ask themselves how easy to guess is too easy to guess when reading mystery?

Eddie geeks out about her favourite bird-like dinosaur and Lee reminisces about the good old days (like ten episodes ago), when they were reading Crime Time’s favourite trashy author.

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1.21 | Two Minute Mysteries, Patricia Cornwell, & Feelings

 

 

 

This week we hear an update on Eddie’s epic battle to read through all the Kay Scarpetta books in order before Lee spoils the end of Depraved Heart. Lee and Eddie talk about how much they love when people contact them, how much it scares the hell out of them to be contacted by famous authors, and how weird it is to talk about themselves in the third person in this blurb.

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1.20 | Val McDermid, Kathy Reichs, & Re-readability

That’s right it’s episode 20! This week Lee and Eddie are ecstatic to give a shout out to their very first Patreon supporter, discuss whether you can re-read a mystery, and start on two series‘ new to Crime Time!

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1.19 | S.K. Tremayne, Sarah Waters, & Creepy Kids

 

 

 

In our 19th episode Lee and Eddie discuss the important questions in life, like “How come kids in horror can be so creepy?” and “Will there be ghosts in any of these supernatural thrillers?”

Lee talks The Ice Twins by S.K.Tremayne and Eddie tackles mediums in Victorian Era England in Affinity by Sarah Waters.

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