1.39 | The Conjuring 2, Ludlum, and IT

What makes horror scary? What makes mystery mysterious? What makes clowns so terrifying?

It’s clowns. Clowns make clowns terrifying.

Lee and Eddie search for the answers to these compelling questions as well as trying to figure out how long you need to give a book before you finally admit defeat? Eddie wants to know if 15 years is too long.

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1.38 | Honey Brown, Library Confessions, & Literatti

Lee makes a series of shocking confessions and Eddie makes a series of embarrassing admissions as they both discuss horror stories from the library! Eddie reminisces about a time when Tony Abbott was just the name of that one guy who wrote weird kids’ books, snots on about the literary canon, and Lee reviews a fantastic pandemic thriller by Australian author, Honey Brown.

Shout out to all the fantastic librarians out there! We absolutely adore you!

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1.37 | Amityville, P.D. James, & Guess Along

Peter James is in perfect form with this week’s Guess Along book, Lee talks Amityville horrors while ignoring Eddie’s perfect demon impression, and Death Comes to Pemberley in a new segment To Be Continued!

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1.36 | Val McDermid, Isaac Asimov, & Shelfies

Eddie just can’t stop raving about Val McDermid’s amazing radioshow of John Wyndham’s The Kraken Wakes, Lee is still talking about Stephen King, and we take a trip back in time to the future as imagined by Isaac Asimov in the 1950s (that’s right, Eddie googles stuff from time to time)!

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