1.26 | Max Brooks, Graham Masterton, & Zombies

This week is all about zombies! Lee & Eddie talk about the differences between the book and the film of Max Brooks’ World War Z (they also argue over whether it’s “zed” or “zee”).  Lee talks about her foray into horror games, and virtual reality, and Eddie gets nostalgic about some of the most disturbing and scary books she’s ever read in a new segment she’s calling “scarred for life again by Graham Masterton“.

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1.25 | Emma Donoghue, Ronald Malfi, & Book borrowing etiquette

Lee and Eddie talk Ronald Malfi’s Little Girls, and Room by Emma Donoghue. They also discuss strategies for lending books, and the dealbreakers for borrowing books (don’t lend Lee anything you love because her dog has a hunger for literature!)

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1.24 | Charles Yu, Andrew Pyper, & Does size matter?

This week Eddie discusses How to Live Safely in a Science Fictional Universe, Lee talks more evil twins, and they both ask the question “how long is too long” when it comes to reading? Do some books need to be longer, while others ought to be shorter? Find out (potentially not) in this episode of Crime Time!

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1.23 | What She Knew, Red Herrings, & Oh my gosh what’s that over there?!

 

 

This week, Lee has finally finished What She Knew and wants you to know what she thinks! Eddie, who hasn’t had her coffee yet and is still wearing her fire chief Donald Duck pyjamas hasn’t read a book this week, but has some opinions about crime authors keeping up with the times. They also discuss their favourite red herrings in mystery fiction.

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