2.07 | Michelle Paver, Dorothy Porter, & The Gory Story

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!

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