Lee and Eddie are full of suggestions to get you through this holiday season! Need a gift for an Agatha Christie fan? Check out Kristel Thornell’s On the Blue Train! Need something to listen to over this festive season? Run out of Crime Time? Check out Small Town Horror! Run out of gift ideas? Fake your death and never look back!
It’s episode 54, and your intrepid hosts are off to the movies, with a review of Arrival! Lee revisits Andrew Pyper with The Demonologist, and Eddie may want your love, and your revenge, but doesn’t want your bad romance! (Rah-rah-Oooh-la-la)
Crime Time is finally back! Thank you to everyone who sent us messages and tweets to let us know how much you missed us!
Recently, Lee and Eddie spotted the latest instalment of Patricia Cornwell’s Kay Scarpetta series, Chaos! After a brief fainting spell from Eddie, (who was heroically placed in the recovery position by Lee on her way to buy the book) they both devoured the new novel,, and are bringing you a very special Patricia Cornwell-themed episode!
Agatha Christie’s Poirot books have been continued by Sophie Hannah and Eddie’s on the scene with all her little grey cells at the ready! Lee may never go on holiday again after reading The Apartment by S.L. Grey, and your wonderful hosts ask you what they should do if theoretically Peter James had found their instagram, and had maybe commented on it, and they maybe are freaking out. Hypothetically of course!
This week Lee reviews The Sister by Louise Jensen, Eddie dishes out the goss, and they’re both off to the movies! That’s right, it’s not just books we’ve got our noses in! Nowhere is safe! It’s a trip down memory lane with the long-awaited sequel (ignore the perfectly great other sequel) to The Blair Witch Project!
Did Eddie cry? Did Lee get possessed by a witch? Find out in episode 49!
Eddie talks historical con artists, Lee finally gets to discuss their love for Kazuo Ishiguro’s Never Let Me Go, they both ponder on whether it’s possible to be a writer if you don’t read, and an exciting announcement is made!
Check out our new release date! That’s right, Crime Time is coming to Mondays, so start your week with a healthy dose of thrills, chills, and comedic spills!
This week we’re talking about some Australian crime that left us with chills! We try to figure out what it is that makes Australian literature what it is and where the line is between true crime and fiction.
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