Peter James is in perfect form with this week’s Guess Along book, Lee talks Amityville horrors while ignoring Eddie’s perfect demon impression, and Death Comes to Pemberley in a new segment To Be Continued!
This week Lee and Eddie have a brand new microphone! That’s right listeners, feast your ears on the dulcet sounds of Lee’s hiccups, Eddie’s non-stop complaints, and the dissapointing ending to… The Truth!
Gasp in shock as your intrepid (foolish) hosts google how to download a ghost! Laugh with joy (and goodwill) as your charming (greedy) hosts ask you for some money! And finally, slow clap as Lee and Eddie give you great (shallow) insight into some pretty great books! Or just listen quietly, that works too!
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In this week’s episode, Lee and Eddie forget to wish everyone a happy new year, talk haunted sperm, houses, and childhoods, and take wild guesses as to the truth at the end of… The Truth!
In this week’s episode Lee & Eddie discuss some of their old faves, and Eddie tries to get Lee keen on a verse novel.
In this week’s podcast, Lee reveals she has never read Sherlock Holmes, Eddie reveals that she is a book-nerd nerd, and they both Live to Tell you the ending of this week’s Guess Along book!
In this week’s episode Lee quizzes Eddie on anniversary gifts, we have a chat with Anne from Melbourne Escape Hunt, and we guess along to Sebastian Fitzek’s Therapy.
This week is our kids’ crime special! Lee talks YA with Patterson and Paetro’s Confessions of a Murder Suspect, Eddie takes a stroll down memory lane (think Enid Blyton, and 90’s tween mysteries), and we see the return of Two-Minute Mysteries!
We were hoping this week’s Guess Along would be child’s play, but it would seem R. L. Stine has us stumped! Tell us how you think this terrible tale will end! Read along as we try to untangle the mystery of It Came from Beneath the Sink! (It’s definitely a cursed sponge, but beyond that we’re absolutely washed up!)
In episode 4 we reveal the end of Ngaio Marsh’s A Man Lay Dead, congratulate Queen Lizzie 2 on being the best sequel in the biz, talk trash (definitions), and Eddie falls for the literal red herring.
Exciting News! You can now subscribe to Crime Time Podcast with Lee & Eddie on iTunes! Find us by searching for Crime Time … More
This week on Crime Time we’re guessing along to Ngaio Marsh’s A Man Lay Dead, Lee reviews Sam by Iain Rob Wright (spoiler warning), we admit that we haven’t read Agatha Christie (but would love to hear your recommendations), and try out some Two Minute Mysteries!
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And remember to tune in next week to find out WHODUNNIT!