Katie and Rincey talk about some casting news, other exciting podcasts, lots of Tana French mentions, plus some book recommendations for Hispanic Heritage Month!
Katie and Rincey have some fun discussing some mystery adaptations and read and recommend books with LGBTQ protagonists.
Katie and Rincey discuss historical mysteries, Serial season 3 and more. This episode is sponsored by TBR, The Boy at the Keyhole by Stephen Giles and Hollywood Dead by Richard Kadrey.
Katie and Rincey talk about the Sharp Objects adaptation and celebrate women in translation month with some mystery books in translation.
Katie and Rincey somehow end up talking about the Bill Clinton and James Patterson book again, and discuss culinary mystery books plus the food and drink recipes included! This episode is sponsored by Book Riot's Recommended Giveaway and Book Riot Insiders.
Katie and Rincey remember to squeal about a very important news item and talk about monster thrillers.
Rincey and Katie tackled two presidential-adjacent mystery books and talk about their experiences with such different mystery novels. This episode is sponsored by Her Pretty Face By Robyn Harding and The Con Artist by Fred Van Lente.
Rincey and Katie decide to do a little bit of catch up on some series books that they've been meaning to pick up.
Katie and Rincey discuss their "wheelhouse phrases", or the words or descriptions will immediately will cause them to pick up a book. This episode is sponsored by Hangman by Jack Heath, new from Hanover Square Press.
In honor of the one year anniversary of the podcast, Katie and Rincey reminisce a bit and each pick up a book that they heard about because of the podcast.
Katie and Rincey talk about books by Asian and Asian American writers in honor of Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month.
Katie and Rincey discuss a lot of news including award winners and all of the adaptations, plus they talk about their experiences reading funny mystery books.
Please enjoy this bonus excerpt, courtesy of the Recommended podcast, featuring Attica Locke recommending Jane Smiley's 13 Ways of Looking at the Novel.
Katie and Rincey talk about the shocking developments with the Golden State Killer case, how Amy Adams is starring in all the adaptations and discuss the Edgar Awards. This episode is sponsored by If We Were Villains by M.L. Rio and Enigma by Catherine Coulter.
Katie and Rincey talk about lots of exciting news (including a new Tana French book!!) and discuss the trope of the unreliable, often female, narrator.