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Year: 2020

Roaring wind

Which insect will distract Adam this week? How windy is his garden? And just how much does Bob love Gillian McAllister?

 

To find out all the answers and a lot more, listen to the latest episode of Partners in Crime, with Adam Croft and Robert Daws, featuring an interview with the aforementioned Gillian McAllister.

 

Adam has the nominations list for the Strand Critics Awards, Bob recommends a Quentin Bates book and we hear about an interesting article in The Times on how reading fiction is having a positive influence on certain world leaders.

 

Returning the favour from last week and keeping in line with a Partners in Crime tradition of self-promotion, Bob recommends Adam’s new book What Lies Beneath. He also threatens to send round the boys if you don’t like it, while Adam informs us that he is now best friends with the police in Rutland.

 

~ Moriarty ~

 

RECOMMENDATIONS

What Lies Beneath by Adam Croft https://www.kobo.com/en/ebook/what-lies-beneath-33

Cold Malice by Quentin Bates https://www.kobo.com/en/ebook/cold-malice-2

How To Disappear by Gillian McAllister https://www.kobo.com/en/ebook/how-to-disappear-12

Agatha Christie: A Life in Theatre by Julius Green https://www.kobo.com/en/ebook/agatha-christie-a-life-in-theatre-curtain-up

 

July’s Patreon free book of the month: She Said, Three Said by David B. Lyons  https://www.kobo.com/en/ebook/she-said-three-said To get this book for free, become a patron at patreon.com/partnersincrimepodcast

 

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

If you’d like to support Partners in Crime and get early access to every episode — on video — plus lots of other goodies, head over to patreon.com/partnersincrimepodcast

 

CONTACT US

Email: hello@partnersincrime.online

Facebook: facebook.com/groups/crimefictionpodcast/

Twitter: twitter.com/crimeficpodcast

Instagram: instagram.com/crimefictionpodcast/

Website: partnersincrime.online

Patreon: patreon.com/partnersincrimepodcast

112 – Big lunches

How much has Adam been expanding during lockdown? Who will win in this week’s self promotion competition between our two hosts?

Listen to the latest episode of Partners in Crime with Adam Croft and Robert Daws to find out the answers and more.

Adam reveals the plans Peter James has in store for DS Roy Grace, goes through the 2020 CRIMEFEST Awards winners and Bob tells us about Stuart Turton’s new book. 

Adam surprises Bob by interviewing him about his book that is released this week, during which Bob gives us an in-depth history lesson about Gibraltar and later in the episode, he gets a bit sweary.

~ Moriarty ~

 

RECOMMENDATIONS

Killing Rock by Robert Daws https://www.kobo.com/en/ebook/killing-rock

 

July’s Patreon free book of the month: She Said, Three Said by David B. Lyons  https://www.kobo.com/en/ebook/she-said-three-said To get this book for free, become a patron at patreon.com/partnersincrimepodcast

 

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

If you’d like to support Partners in Crime and get early access to every episode — on video — plus lots of other goodies, head over to patreon.com/partnersincrimepodcast

 

CONTACT US

Email: hello@partnersincrime.online

Facebook: facebook.com/groups/crimefictionpodcast/

Twitter: twitter.com/crimeficpodcast

Instagram: instagram.com/crimefictionpodcast/

Website: partnersincrime.online

Patreon: patreon.com/partnersincrimepodcast

111 – Nelson

How has Adam coped with setting up an outside studio in the wind and rain? How will he manage being interrupted by an aeroplane, a train and a fly?

Bob is away this week, so to find out all this and more, listen to the latest episode of Partners in Crime with Adam Croft and Adrian Hobart.

Adam has the shortlist for the Bloody Scotland Debut Crime Book of the Year, mentions a new true crime podcast hosted by Michael Caine and tells us all about an Irish Times article in which Lee Child reveals he doesn’t like Jack Reacher that much. 

With Bob being otherwise engaged this week, he needs someone else to promote his book and Adrian is happy to oblige. Isn’t it a spot of luck that Bob is signed to Adrian’s new publishing company? Adrian also shares his Michael Caine impression with us and it’s actually quite good.

~ Moriarty ~

 

 

Get 20% off Bob’s new book Killing Rock only at https://www.hobeck.net/

July’s Patreon free book of the month: She Said, Three Said by David B. Lyons  https://www.kobo.com/en/ebook/she-said-three-said To get this book for free, become a patron at patreon.com/partnersincrimepodcast

 

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

If you’d like to support Partners in Crime and get early access to every episode — on video — plus lots of other goodies, head over to patreon.com/partnersincrimepodcast

 

CONTACT US

Email: hello@partnersincrime.online

Facebook: facebook.com/groups/crimefictionpodcast/

Twitter: twitter.com/crimeficpodcast

Instagram: instagram.com/crimefictionpodcast/

Website: partnersincrime.online

Patreon: patreon.com/partnersincrimepodcast

110 – Murderous tools

Would you like to hear Adam’s tips on how to keep your grass looking lovely and green? Did Bob get past the first round on Pointless Celebrities? And just how loud is his shirt this week?

To find out all this and more, listen to the latest episode of Partners in Crime, with Adam Croft and Robert Daws.

Adam tells us all about HarperFiction’s plans to mark Karin Slaughter’s 20th book in 20 years with SlaughterFest, Bob recommends some audiobooks and we hear who the Theakston Old Peculier New Blood authors are for this year. 

Bob talks about himself on the telly (with a few name-drops, naturally), while Adam takes the promotion of his new book a little too far, by turning his garden into Rutland Water.

~ Moriarty ~

 

RECOMMENDATIONS

Bluebird, Bluebird audiobook by Attica Locke https://www.kobo.com/en/audiobook/bluebird-bluebird-3

Winter: A Berlin Family, 1899 – 1945 audiobook by Len Deighton https://www.kobo.com/en/audiobook/winter-a-berlin-family-1899-1945-2

June’s Patreon free book of the month: Kill For Love by Malcolm Richards  https://www.kobo.com/en/ebook/kill-for-love  To get this book for free, become a patron at patreon.com/partnersincrimepodcast

 

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

If you’d like to support Partners in Crime and get early access to every episode — on video — plus lots of other goodies, head over to patreon.com/partnersincrimepodcast

 

CONTACT US

Email: hello@partnersincrime.online

Facebook: facebook.com/groups/crimefictionpodcast/

Twitter: twitter.com/crimeficpodcast

Instagram: instagram.com/crimefictionpodcast/

Website: partnersincrime.online

Patreon: patreon.com/partnersincrimepodcast

109 – Getting back together

What did Adam do to cause a media storm, resulting in the Chief Constable of Leicestershire Police getting in touch with him? Why does Bob nearly choke on his coffee? And is Adam any good at forecasting the weather?

The only way to find out is to listen to the latest episode of Partners in Crime, with Adam Croft and Robert Daws.

Adam takes us through the shortlist for the Theakston Old Peculiar Crime Novel of the Year, Bob talks about an Izzy Price article on the surge in crime fiction popularity during lockdown and we hear what Jane Casey thinks about her fellow crime writers.

Viewers on Patreon can find out which of our hosts have the best legs, while everyone can listen to Adam’s in-depth lesson about the history of England’s smallest county, Rutland.

~ Moriarty ~

 

 June’s Patreon free book of the month: Kill For Love by Malcolm Richards  https://www.kobo.com/en/ebook/kill-for-love  To get this book for free, become a patron at patreon.com/partnersincrimepodcast

 

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

If you’d like to support Partners in Crime and get early access to every episode — on video — plus lots of other goodies, head over to patreon.com/partnersincrimepodcast

 

CONTACT US

Email: hello@partnersincrime.online

Facebook: facebook.com/groups/crimefictionpodcast/

Twitter: twitter.com/crimeficpodcast

Instagram: instagram.com/crimefictionpodcast/

Website: partnersincrime.online

Patreon: patreon.com/partnersincrimepodcast

108 – Buttock stimulator

Did Adam get any interesting presents for his birthday? How much has he grown after eating and drinking for two months? And is it Adam or Bob that continues the hat theme from the last episode, by showing off a rather striking, brand new one?

To find out all the answers, listen to the latest episode of Partners in Crime, with Adam Croft and Robert Daws.

We have a look at an article that explores psychological thrillers, domestic suspense and asks if they are here to stay, Bob recommends an S.A. Cosby book and Adam reveals author Craig Robertson’s top ten Scottish crime novels.

Viewers on Patreon will get to see an exclusive and very accurate drawing of Adam, while we all hear an interview with Graham Bartlett, in which Adam immediately gets the former high ranking police officer’s job title wrong while introducing him. Not quite the Michael Parkinson of Partners in Crime, then?

~ Moriarty ~

RECOMMENDATIONS

Blacktop Wasteland by S.A. Cosby https://www.kobo.com/en/ebook/blacktop-wasteland-2

Brothers In Blood by Amer Anwar https://www.kobo.com/gb/en/ebook/brothers-in-blood-10

Black Rain Falling by Jacob Ross https://www.kobo.com/en/ebook/black-rain-falling

June’s Patreon free book of the month: Kill For Love by Malcolm Richards  https://www.kobo.com/en/ebook/kill-for-love  To get this book for free, become a patron at patreon.com/partnersincrimepodcast

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

If you’d like to support Partners in Crime and get early access to every episode — on video — plus lots of other goodies, head over to patreon.com/partnersincrimepodcast

CONTACT US

Email: hello@partnersincrime.online

Facebook: facebook.com/groups/crimefictionpodcast/

Twitter: twitter.com/crimeficpodcast

Instagram: instagram.com/crimefictionpodcast/

Website: partnersincrime.online

Patreon: patreon.com/partnersincrimepodcast

107 – Live from Barnard Castle

Has Bob got all his jobs done and finished setting up his studio properly? Is Adam the Ken Bruce of podcasts? And who has the better hat, Adam or Bob?

The only way to find out, is to listen to the latest episode with Robert Daws and Adam Croft.

There’s also an interview with DS Aector McAvoy series author David Mark, Bob recommends a Rachel Amphlett book and Adam tells us about the new true crime documentary series presented by Emilia Fox on Channel 4, In The Footsteps of Killers.

Viewers on Patreon will get an exclusive look at Adam’s muff, while everyone can wonder if Bob will ever stop talking to allow the podcast to finish (spoiler – he doesn’t).

~ Moriarty ~

 

RECOMMENDATIONS

Gone to Ground by Rachel Amphlett https://www.kobo.com/en/ebook/gone-to-ground-detective-kay-hunter-crime-thriller-series-book-6

The Innocence Files on Netflix

May’s Patreon free book of the month: Anna Burgin Gripping British Mystery Thriller Series by David Bradwell https://www.kobo.com/ebook/anna-burgin-gripping-british-mystery-thriller-series-books-1-3 To get this book for free, become a patron at patreon.com/partnersincrimepodcast

 

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

If you’d like to support Partners in Crime and get early access to every episode — on video — plus lots of other goodies, head over to patreon.com/partnersincrimepodcast

 

CONTACT US

Email: hello@partnersincrime.online

Facebook: facebook.com/groups/crimefictionpodcast/

Twitter: twitter.com/crimeficpodcast

Instagram: instagram.com/crimefictionpodcast/

Website: partnersincrime.online

Patreon: patreon.com/partnersincrimepodcast

106 – Simply not cricket

How on earth did Adam manage to injure his finger so badly while gardening? Will Bob work out where to stick his plug? How many actors that Adam hasn’t heard of will Bob name-drop this week?

To find out (spoiler – the answer to the last question is quite a lot) listen to the latest episode with Adam Croft and Robert Daws.

Adam tells us all about a survey in The Guardian looking into reading habits during lockdown (another spoiler – crime fiction fares well), Bob recommends a David Mark book and did Agatha Christie ‘borrow’ the idea for The Murder of Roger Ackroyd from an Norwegian author?

We also get to hear a little insight into how radio dramas use coconuts as sound effects, while Bob tries to figure out which factor sun cream he should put on for this week’s sunbathing sessions.

~ Moriarty ~

 

RECOMMENDATIONS

Lockdown by Peter May https://www.kobo.com/en/ebook/lockdown-45

Cold Bones by David Mark https://www.kobo.com/en/ebook/cold-bones

Trueman and Riley by Brian Thompson https://www.kobo.com/en/audiobook/trueman-and-riley

May’s book of the month: Anna Burgin Gripping British Mystery Thriller Series by David Bradwell https://www.kobo.com/ebook/anna-burgin-gripping-british-mystery-thriller-series-books-1-3

 

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

If you’d like to support Partners in Crime and get early access to every episode — on video — plus lots of other goodies, head over to patreon.com/partnersincrimepodcast

 

CONTACT US

Email: hello@partnersincrime.online

Facebook: facebook.com/groups/crimefictionpodcast/

Twitter: twitter.com/crimeficpodcast

Instagram: instagram.com/crimefictionpodcast/

Website: partnersincrime.online

Patreon: patreon.com/partnersincrimepodcast

105 – Anarchy in Cowdenbeath

Are there any Partners in Crime mugs left? Which coloured bins are being collected from Adam’s house during the show? And is Bob’s Boris Johnson impression any good?

To find out, listen to the latest episode with Adam Croft and Robert Daws.

Adam reveals the longlist for the Theakston Old Peculier Crime Novel of the Year, Bob recommends a Shari Lapena book and also talks about a Netflix show he hasn’t seen yet.

We also get to hear about an interesting article from The Hindu discussing Sherlock Holmes and Hercule Poirot, while Adam talks about how Ian Rankin’s career could have taken a very different path by being the frontman of a band called Dancing Pigs..

~ Moriarty ~

RECOMMENDATIONS

Someone We Know by Shari Lapena https://www.kobo.com/en/ebook/someone-we-know

Cracked by Louise McCreesh https://www.kobo.com/en/ebook/cracked-28

Dead To Me on Netflix

May’s book of the month: Anna Burgin Gripping British Mystery Thriller Series by David Bradwell https://www.kobo.com/ebook/anna-burgin-gripping-british-mystery-thriller-series-books-1-3

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

If you’d like to support Partners in Crime and get early access to every episode — on video — plus lots of other goodies, head over to patreon.com/partnersincrimepodcast

CONTACT US

Email: hello@partnersincrime.online

Facebook: facebook.com/groups/crimefictionpodcast/

Twitter: twitter.com/crimeficpodcast

Instagram: instagram.com/crimefictionpodcast/

Website: partnersincrime.online

Patreon: patreon.com/partnersincrimepodcast

104 – Why don’t we ring nanny?

Will Adam cope with an unexpected visitor in his studio? How is his tan coming along with this nice weather during lockdown? And just how loud are the birds in Bob’s garden?

Listen to the latest episode to hear Adam Croft and Robert Daws discuss all of the above.

They discuss books by Sophie Hannah and Kate Atkinson, Adam fills us in on The Times’ ten best crime novels by women since 2000, Bob recommends the TV show ‘Blood’ (again) and also reveals his ‘accomplished’ acting style.

Viewers on Patreon will get an exclusive peek at both Bob’s garden and his lovely painted shed, while Adam gives us a lesson on the Icelandic naming culture.

~ Moriarty ~

 

RECOMMENDATIONS

Haven’t They Grown by Sophie Hannah https://www.kobo.com/en/ebook/haven-t-they-grown

Did You See Melody? by Sophie Hannah https://www.kobo.com/en/ebook/did-you-see-melody

Transcription by Kate Atkinson https://www.kobo.com/en/ebook/transcription-7

May’s book of the month: Anna Burgin Gripping British Mystery Thriller Series by David Bradwell https://www.kobo.com/ebook/anna-burgin-gripping-british-mystery-thriller-series-books-1-3

 

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

If you’d like to support Partners in Crime and get early access to every episode — on video — plus lots of other goodies, head over to patreon.com/partnersincrimepodcast

 

CONTACT US

Email: hello@partnersincrime.online

Facebook: facebook.com/groups/crimefictionpodcast/

Twitter: twitter.com/crimeficpodcast

Instagram: instagram.com/crimefictionpodcast/

Website: partnersincrime.online

Patreon: patreon.com/partnersincrimepodcast

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