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 ~
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
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