Read or Dead is a bi-weekly mystery fiction podcast dedicated to the worlds of mystery and thriller literature.
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.
Katie and Rincey catch up on the news they missed, including lawsuits featuring Dan Brown and the Sir Arthur Conan Doyle estate, and read some locked room mysteries in honor of not leaving their homes.
Katie and Rincey talk about lots of new award nominees that have been announced and pick out books featuring LGBTQ+ characters for Pride Month!
Katie and Rincey talk about the new James Patterson and Bill Clinton book, a new Lisbeth Salander adaptation and mystery short story collections.
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.