3.2 | K.L. Slater, Italo Calvino, & Terrible Endings

Eddie’s back on the metafiction, and just won’t stop insisting that Italo Calvino’s If on a Winter’s Night a Traveler is so cheeky it’s a crime. Lee has your back, and brings the goods with a review of K.L. Slater’s Liar.

Lee and Eddie talk their most hated ways to end a book, but before Lee can explain why the sequel to Rosemary’s Baby is fundamentally flawed, they wake up, and realise that Eddie, and all of Crime Time was just a dreeeeeeaaaaaam!

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3.1 | Sue Grafton, Rachel Caine, & Magical Contracts

Lee and Eddie take a moment to pay their respects to the one and only Sue Grafton, who sadly passed away late last year. Without her amazing work this podcast would probably never have been made, and we wanted to share some of our favourite moments from her Alphabet series.

Lee has gotten their hands on a copy of Killman Creek, the sequel to the amazing Rachel Caine’s Stillhouse Lake, and they just can’t wait to tell you all about it! Eddie wants to know the answers to the questions that keep us all up late at night, and that is: Is it sexy, or is it scary? That’s right, you’ve always wanted to know if the Fair Folk were straight up sexy, or super scary, and we’re here to answer that!

Let us know your thoughts on the attractiveness of Pennywise in the comments below, or via Twitter! Did you know you can get early access to our episodes?  Join the Crime Time Team at Patreon!
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