Read or Dead is a bi-weekly mystery fiction podcast dedicated to the worlds of mystery and thriller literature.
Katie and Rincey talk about Jane Harper's new novel, the French serial killer expert who apparently isn't an expert and books featuring religious elements that are not by Dan Brown.
Katie and Rincey discuss the Edgar Award winners, Tana French's new book and celebrate the 100th anniversary of the publication of The Mysterious Affair at Styles.
While they are self-quarantining, Katie and Rincey decide to tackle some of the oldest mystery and true crime books on their TBR.
Katie and Rincey talk about some changing release dates, Tiger King, and the books they turn to when they need some comfort.
Katie and Rincey thank the mystery gods for a new Tana French potentially coming this fall, talk about some great mystery small presses.
Katie and Rincey talk about how the ghost of Agatha Christie might be haunting a museum, Snoop Dogg is adapting the IQ series, and read some backlist books.
Katie and Rincey give a rundown about the discussion around My Dark Vanessa and Excavation and then talk about some mysteries written by Latinx authors.
Katie and Rincey pick out some mysteries with a romantic element to them to celebrate Valentine's Day!
Katie and Rincey talk about the Edgar Award nominees and some genre-crossing SFF mysteries.
Katie and Rincey catch up after the new year and talk about their feelings on Dublin Murders, the TV adaptation of In the Woods and The Likeness by Tana French.
Katie and Rincey celebrate the new year by talking about some of the books they are excited to pick up in the first half of 2020.
Katie and Rincey get into the holiday spirit by reading some holiday mystery books.
Katie and Rincey talk about what mysteries they read this year that were their favorites.
Katie and Rincey give some recommendations of books you can pick up during the holiday season to gift to the people in your life — or just get for yourself!
Katie and Rincey talk about all of the recent mystery award winners and the books they picked up in honor of Nonfiction November.