Lee scales the mountainous Thin Air by Michele Paver, Eddie can’t stop reading verse novels and chases Lee around with a copy of The Monkey’s Mask by Dorothy Porter, and is gore and extreme violence always essential in Crime, Thriller, Horror, and Suspense writing? Can it just be a sign of lazy writing? Find out in this all new, one-of-a-kind, only slightly late (Eddie got stuck between train carriages for a couple days, don’t ask), super cool episode of Crime Time!
Ever wonder what connection a lost cat, an electric monk, and a couch jammed in a stairwell might have? Well neither has Eddie, but she’s about to! Ever wonder if things are not quite what they seem? Lee does all the time, but then she reads a lot of horror…
In this episode, Lee and Eddie talk creepy friends, weird acquaintances, and dangerous dinner guests. Will Lee ever get to finish her sentences? Will Eddie figure out social norms? Are mice secretly monitoring the human race? We don’t have time to answer all of these questions, but there’s one thing we definitely have time for: Crime! … Fiction!
Get amongst it.
Lee and Eddie are back with a whole new episode to knock your socks off! Where have they been, you may ask? Out finding the best Crime, Thriller, Horror, and Mystery Fiction, that’s where! (Also, Eddie got stuck in a public toilet for a week, don’t ask).
In this exciting new episode, Lee reviews the fantastic, Megan Abbott, Eddie can’t stop herself from reading books that came out before she was born, and Lee asks the hard-hitting questions. Like, why is Eddie such a scaredy-cat? And, will Eddie ever finish watching the trailer for Annabelle Creation?
The answer is probably no, but find out in this episode of Crime Time!