4.3 | Agatha Christie, Janie Chang, & Stephen King

Lee’s been reading some proper classics this episode! That’s right, it’s time for Agatha Christie! Eddie’s having some Eurasian feels about Dragon Springs Road, and have any of you heard about this Stephen King guy? Eddie reckons he might just be a one hit wonder, but Lee reckons he’s got a bright future head of him.

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!

2.09 | Alex Marwood, Lizzie Borden, Personal Shopper, & Deal Breakers

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!

1.50 | S.L. Grey, Sophie Hannah, & Instadrama

Agatha Christie’s Poirot books have been continued by Sophie Hannah and Eddie’s on the scene with all her little grey cells at the ready! Lee may never go on holiday again after reading The Apartment by S.L. Grey, and your wonderful hosts ask you what they should do if theoretically Peter James had found their instagram, and had maybe commented on it, and they maybe are freaking out. Hypothetically of course!

1.48 | Sarah Waters, Kazuo Ishiguro, & Flash Fiction

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!