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 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!
This week Lee and Eddie are off to the movies!
Stephen King’s IT has finally hit the theatres, and Lee is all set, popcorn in hand! Eddie is hiding behind her chair, but that’s pretty much par for the course!
To celebrate the release of this remake featuring the most terrifying clown in the world, Lee and Eddie are counting down their fave Stephen King books, Stephen King facts, and speculating on whether Eddie will ever sleep again. (No)
Lee and Eddie have finally fought back the furious Technical Problems Monster to bring you the very best of episodes! That’s right, this week Lee and Eddie are at the movies again (lazy bums!), Lee’s reading Shari Lapena’s A Stranger in the House, and Eddie wants to know whether the weather makes or breaks a scary scene!
Will our brave hosts win their eternal battle against technical glitches? Will Eddie ever trust Lee again? Find out in this brilliant (if we may say so ourselves) episode of Crime Time Podcast!
Lee’s been scarred for life by Resident Evil: Biohazard, Eddie’s been scarred for life by hearing about Resident Evil: Biohazard, and here’s hoping you find it at least intriguing, if not entirely face melting. Eddie reviews Stephen Fry’s The Liar, and they both discuss what it means to be contemporary to a work of fiction, or experientially adjacent.
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Eddie’s back on the books from last century with a review of Patrick Süskind’s Perfume: The story of a murderer, Lee’s still firmly in this decade with Kylie Ladd’s The Way Back, and they both attempt to plot the perfect crime (fiction).
http://traffic.libsyn.com/crimetimepodcast/2.19___Frank_De_Felitta_Iain_Ryan__Realism.mp3 Lee and Eddie have swapped centuries! That’s right, Eddie’s reviewing a book that came out this month, … More
In today’s episode, Lee and Eddie revisit the wonderful Sue Grafton, Eddie goes to the movies to see a film about an infant chauffeur (and forgets Edgar Wright’s name), and they talk more about what makes great trash.
Will Lee admit that they stole the Borgia Pearl? Will Eddie finally avenge the brutal murder of her goldfish? Will any of this actually feature in the episode?
Find out in this A++, excellent episode of Crime Time Podcast!
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!