This week Lee reviews The Sister by Louise Jensen, Eddie dishes out the goss, and they’re both off to the movies! That’s right, it’s not just books we’ve got our noses in! Nowhere is safe! It’s a trip down memory lane with the long-awaited sequel (ignore the perfectly great other sequel) to The Blair Witch Project!
Did Eddie cry? Did Lee get possessed by a witch? Find out in episode 49!
Eddie talks historical con artists, Lee finally gets to talk about Kazuo Ishiguro’s amazing Never Let Me Go, they both ponder on whether it’s possible to be a writer if you don’t read, and an exciting announcement is made!
That’s right (write !) Crime Time is having a friendly Flash Fiction competition, and we want to hear from you!!! For more details check out our competition page on our website, crimetimepod.com!
Check out our new release date! That’s right, Crime Time is coming to Mondays, so start your week with a healthy dose of thrills, chills, and comedic spills!
This week we’re talking about some Australian crime that left us with chills! We try to figure out what it is that makes Australian literature what it is and where the line is between true crime and fiction.
Lee and Eddie return with a boom (mic!), reviewing Queen of Crime, Val McDermid’s Killing the Shadows and Christobel Kent’s The Loving Husband.
Eddie is very proud to say she can now eat foods other than soup, and Lee wants to know why weak characters get on our nerves so much?
Keep an eye out on Monday when you can get an extra dose of Crime Time!
After a long week of grappling with technical issues, Lee and Eddie are back, and they’re ready to go! Lee still can’t get over The King, Eddie’s pretty sure she hasn’t misunderstood Karin Slaughter, and get yourself ready, because Eddie is about to drop some high-quality trashy fan-fiction on air.
All this and more in episode 45!
Eddie asks twitter for their book opinions, Lee reviews the great Stephen King once more with Rose Madder, and it is revealed that Eddie may or may not have written some fan fiction at some point maybe. Maybe.
Lee reviews The Fire Child by S.K. Tremayne, Eddie is still recovering from reading The Yellow Wallpaper, and they both ponder what makes a good book (cover).
Unable to stop Eddie from talking about computer games Lee is forced to listen to her yapping on about her hidden object finding destiny. Lee talks whodunnit with Shari Lapena’s The Couple Next Door. Don’t worry, despite Eddie’s best attempts at guessing the end, this review is spoiler free!
Lee’s puppy, Duck makes several unscheduled guest appearances in a segment provisionally titled “Look How Professional We Are, Aren’t You Impressed!”
Eddie reveals the true story behind Stephen King’s Doctor Sleep. If you would like to listen to Lee’s (probably more … More
That’s right, Lee and Eddie have returned from the unexpected hiatus last week and are kicking up a storm with Lee’s final thoughts on Caroline Mitchell’s The Silent Twin, Eddie’s absolute love of Gone Home, and a game that Lee accidentally said was named The Brookhaven Experiment but is actually named Outlast. Check it out!
We also discuss jump scares! Are they good or bad? Eddie thinks they’re cheap, but Lee says, why pay more?
Alright, I guess they don’t work in text!