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Month: December 2019

088 – ‘Twas the Podcast Before Christmas AKA Christmas With The Chuckle Brothers

What would it take to get Adam to a pantomime? Does anyone remember when one of the Chuckle Brothers died? Who is considering a move to Iceland and what mischief is Adrian Hobart up to?

On this very special year in review episode Adam Croft and Robert Daws answer these questions whilst discussing 2019’s happenings in crime fiction. Well, sort of.

The Partners also discuss the New York Times list of the best crime novels of the year, the upcoming Scandi Noir TV series – Wisting, the festive bookish habits of Icelanders and their own Christmas plans. 

This episode also debuts a dramatic performance of the latest Adam Croft masterpiece: Twas the Podcast Before Christmas.

~ Moriarty ~

RECOMMENDATIONS

The Night Fire by Michael Connelly https://www.kobo.com/ebook/the-night-fire

Don’t forget your exclusive Partners in Crime discounts through Kobo. Get 90% off your first purchase using the code CRIME at checkout. And you can also get 40% off all books using the code PARTNERS when you shop using this link: bit.ly/PartnersKobo

CONTACT US

Email: hello@partnersincrime.online

Facebook: facebook.com/groups/crimefictionpodcast/

Twitter: twitter.com/crimeficpodcast

Website: partnersincrime.online

Apple Podcasts: croft.link/PIC-podcast

Stitcher: bit.ly/PIC-Stitcher

Google Play: bit.ly/PIC-GooglePlay

YouTube: bit.ly/PIC-YouTube

087 – Deadly Staplers, New Releases and Creaky Knees

What is Adam’s guilty pleasure? How many mystery books don’t have female victims? How long can two men talk about a TV show they haven’t seen and can Adam and Bob avoid talking about both sex and politics this episode?

Adam Croft and Bob Daws answer these questions – and many more – on the latest episode.

Skirting politics as best they can, the Partners discuss Adam’s latest release (see his shameless book recommendation below), mysteries without female victims, a new BBC show from the producers of Bodyguard and Traces – the new crime show based on an idea by Val McDermid – despite neither of them having watched it. However, Bob has seen Elizabeth Is Missing starring Glenda Jackson, and *LISTENER ALERT* it sparks a monologue about TV formats. 

Also, the upcoming Partners In Crime Christmas special is liberally foreshadowed. It’s coming your way in Christmas week – keep your podcatcher primed!

~ Moriarty ~

RECOMMENDATIONS

In Plain Sight by Adam Croft https://www.kobo.com/ebook/in-plain-sight-78

Deep Dirty Truth by Steph Broadribb https://www.kobo.com/ebook/deep-dirty-truth

Don’t forget your exclusive Partners in Crime discounts through Kobo. Get 90% off your first purchase using the code CRIME at checkout. And you can also get 40% off all books using the code PARTNERS when you shop using this link: bit.ly/PartnersKobo

CONTACT US

Email: hello@partnersincrime.online

Facebook: facebook.com/groups/crimefictionpodcast/

Twitter: twitter.com/crimeficpodcast

Website: partnersincrime.online

Apple Podcasts: croft.link/PIC-podcast

Stitcher: bit.ly/PIC-Stitcher

Google Play: bit.ly/PIC-GooglePlay

YouTube: bit.ly/PIC-YouTube

086 – A Gobby Crime Writer and a Vagabond of the Road

Are all bald crime writers gobby and succinct? Is a true crime not a true crime when its a podcast? Why has Bob never been to Newcastle until now and did the Partners In Crime predict the Bad Sex in Fiction Award winner? 

Adam Croft and returning host Bob Daws answer these pressing crime related questions on the latest episode.  

*Spoiler for the last question: yes they did. John Harvey’s Pax was Joint winner of the Bad Sex in Fiction Award with Didier Decoin.*

Bob is back from being a travelling actor – sorry – vagabond of the road, for now at least. To celebrate, he uses his impressive acting talents on John Harvey’s entry in the Bad Sex in Fiction Award. Brace yourselves listeners, this rendition is not to be missed. 

Adam has his OCD tendencies exposed and also realises that he has much in common with James Ellroy.

Also discussed are Sky Crime’s The Disappearance of Susan Cox Powell, Martin Scorsese’s Netflix crime drama, The Irishman and True-Crime Podcast Angel of Vine.

~ Moriarty ~

Recommendations

The Understudy by Sophie Hannah, Clare Mackintosh, B A Paris, Holly Brown https://www.kobo.com/ebook/the-understudy-13

Don’t forget your exclusive Partners in Crime discounts through Kobo. Get 90% off your first purchase using the code CRIME at checkout. And you can also get 40% off all books using the code PARTNERS when you shop using this link: bit.ly/PartnersKobo

CONTACT US

Email: hello@partnersincrime.online

Facebook: facebook.com/groups/crimefictionpodcast/

Twitter: twitter.com/crimeficpodcast

Website: partnersincrime.online

iTunes: croft.link/PIC-podcast

Stitcher: bit.ly/PIC-Stitcher

Google Play: bit.ly/PIC-GooglePlay

YouTube: bit.ly/PIC-YouTube

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