2.27 | Rachel Caine, Laura Marshall, & Crime on a Dime

They’re heeeeeeeeeeeeeeeere! That’s right, Lee and Eddie wouldn’t leave you hanging for the holiday season! The last episode of the year has arrived, and it is truly a gift!

Lee reviews Laura Marshall’s chilling Friend Request while Eddie just pales in fear at the idea of making friends. Rachel Caine’s Stillhouse Lake arrives just in time for you to binge the first two of this ongoing series, and Eddie is swooning over the coffee table book/pulp fiction history book of the year!

We will see al of you beautiful people in the new year, with an all new schedule, and more banter to make your reading life especially extra!

2.16 | Cleverman, Andrew Pyper, & Crypto-conundrum

Lee finds it hard to suspend disbelief with Andrew Pyper’s latest work, Eddie is absolutely blown away by Ryan Griffen’s Cleverman, and they both try to solve the mystery plaguing the internet. Is elusive Bitcoin creator, Satoshi Nakamoto a ghost, or maybe some kind of internet based demon? Probably don’t find out in this week’s fantastic episode of Crime Time Podcast!

2.06 | Douglas Adams, Sarah Pinborough, & Dinnertime Danger

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!
Fictional crime.
Crime Time.
Get amongst it.

2.04 | Thomas Harris, Tom Rob Smith, & Moral Ambiguity

Eddie has finally got her hands on a copy of Thomas Harris’ Red Dragon (despite the best efforts of the illuminati to prevent her from reading it), Lee is drawn into some international family intrigue by Tom Rob Smith, and philosophical shit hits the fan when they discuss moral ambiguity in character motivations (sounds highbrow, don’t it?)

All this, and possibly more in episode four!