Lee gets acquainted with DCI Tom Douglas (out of order, as usual!), Eddie reviews a book published half a century ago (can she get any more insufferable? Spoiler warning: yes), and they are both reminded that the ocean is a terrifying place! Does Lee personally know the Loch Ness Monster? Is Eddie best friends with James Cameron? Do they have submarine parties with Jules Verne? Find out (maybe) in this very excellent episode of Crime Time Podcast!
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!
Eddie spent the past week trying (and failing) to figure out PD James’ Death of an Expert Witness, Lee takes a trip down non-linear memory lane with Megan Miranda’s All the Missing Girls, and they try to figure out whether Patricia Corwell’s Kay Scarpetta and Sue Grafton’s Kinsey Millhone just have really bad luck, or are a bit gung ho for their own good!
Lee and Eddie are off to the movies this week! In separate cars! To separate cinemas! To see separate films! No big deal. Lee wandered in to see Wonder Woman, and Eddie was caught of guard by the lovable Guardians of the Galaxy! Eddie still won’t stop asking whether or not things are sexy, and Lee’s starting to get both annoyed and concerned. That’s right, Sexy or Scary is back, so let’s get wild! Oscar Wilde, that is! (See what I did there?)
This week Lee’s sick and Eddie’s tipsy, but the books are great and the banter is even better! Lee reviews The Blue Pool by Siobhan MacDonald, Eddie asks the hard hitting questions, like would you kiss a vampire? The water theme continues with both our hosts finally reading the same thing for once; will they rave or rant about Sarah Bailey’s debut novel, The Dark Lake? Tune in and find out in episode eleven of Crime Time’s second season!
Eddie should be doing her work, but instead she’s read the entire Percy Jackson series! Lee wants to move to Gotham, Eddie would prefer Metropolis, but they might both end up in Dead Europe!
In a special Lee vs Eddie edition of Crime Time, we’re pitting the best franchise crossovers head to head! Or maybe just chatting about them… Find out when you tune in to this super cool, not at all dorky episode of Crime Time!
This week Lee and a very quiet Eddie (she set the microphone up wrong, sorry!) discuss some deal breakers when picking up a new book. They’ve both been to the movies to see Personal Shopper, and Eddie tries to make the segment “screengrab” catch on. Lee has read an actual book this week, unlike Eddie who just seems to keep wasting her time with Roman epics instead of proper literature!
If you love Crime (fiction), Mystery, and professional sound quality 😉 then sit down and tune in!
This week Lee and Eddie debate Aliens vs Ghosts, talk fave episodes of The X Files, Lee still won’t stop talking about Stephen King (who could blame her), and they discover that there are other Crime Fiction podcasts in the world. Who would have thought it!
If you want to hear a review from Lee’s mum, buy us a coffee, or hear Eddie’s latest elevator pitch for this season’s new blockbuster thriller, then sit down, get comfortable, and tune in to this week’s episode!
Lee and Eddie are back with a whole new episode to knock your socks off! Where have they been, you may ask? Out finding the best Crime, Thriller, Horror, and Mystery Fiction, that’s where! (Also, Eddie got stuck in a public toilet for a week, don’t ask).
In this exciting new episode, Lee reviews the fantastic, Megan Abbott, Eddie can’t stop herself from reading books that came out before she was born, and Lee asks the hard-hitting questions. Like, why is Eddie such a scaredy-cat? And, will Eddie ever finish watching the trailer for Annabelle Creation?
The answer is probably no, but find out in this episode of Crime Time!
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!