Read or Dead is a bi-weekly mystery fiction podcast dedicated to the worlds of mystery and thriller literature.
Tune in as Katie and Nusrah talk about mystery and thriller reads featuring romance gone right, and romance gone very wrong.
Tune in as Katie and Nusrah talk about reads that feature true crime and social justice honoring Black History Month!
Katie and Nusrah talk about books that make use of unique formats to tell their story.
Katie and Nusrah talk about their most anticipated releases of 2021.
It is the last episode of 2020 and Rincey's last episode of Read or Dead! To commemorate, they talk about their favorite reads of the year.
Katie and guest host Nusrah talk about genre-bending mysteries, the upcoming adaptation of Forty Acres, and some really exciting new releases that you need to add to your TBR ASAP!
Katie and Rincey get geared up for the holiday season with a giant pile of books that you could give to someone (or yourself).
Katie and Rincey celebrate Nonfiction November with some great nonfiction reads, talk about the great casting in the new Jane Harper adaptation, and are pleasantly surprised by the Goodreads Choice Awards.
Katie and Rincey mourn the ending of The President is Missing adaptation, celebrate some revivals and reboots and talk about their love of audiobooks.
Katie and Rincey appreciate talking about some good news and get into the fall spirit with some dark, creepy campus novels.
Katie and Rincey pick up some fun Scooby-Doo themed books based on a listener request and get really excited about some recent reads.
Katie and Rincey talk about mysteries featuring technology and social media, along with some mixed feelings about adaptation news recently announced.
Katie and Rincey talk adaptation news, including the Dan Mallory movie, and take a walk down memory lane with middle grade mystery books.
Katie and Rincey talk about a new Megan Abbott book, Unsolved Mysteries, cold cases and more!
Katie and Rincey get excited about adaptations of The Shining Girls and Magpie Murders, and talk about mystery books by Black authors that they've recently picked up.