Read or Dead is a bi-weekly mystery fiction podcast dedicated to the worlds of mystery and thriller literature.
Katie and Rincey talk Stephen King's writers' retreat, get confirmation on Tana French being the best living mystery writer, and more!
Katie and guest host Liberty talk about Knives Out, creepy mysteries, and more!
Katie and Rincey give readalikes for some of the best selling mystery writers like James Patterson, Louise Penny and more!
Rincey is joined by guest co-host Liberty Hardy to talk about the trailer for the Tana French TV adaptation, Emily St. John Mandel's new mystery book, and World War I mysteries.
Katie and Rincey talk about some interesting adaptations coming soon, survivalist thrillers and their love (or lack thereof) for the outdoors.
Katie and Rincey talk about the Tiny Pretty Things adaptation, Tana French in the New Yorker, the real life Where the Crawdads Sing mystery and celebrate Women in Translation month.
Katie and Rincey talk about Dean Koontz's new Amazon book deal, Scottish mysteries, and more!
Katie and Rincey talk about controversy around the Staunch Prize, James Patterson's book about Jeffrey Epstein and pick up some 2019 release that they haven't gotten to yet.
Katie and Rincey talk about a seven-figure film deal, Stranger Things, and celebrate their two year anniversary by talking about Nancy Drew.
Katie and Rincey talk about some mysteries by Australian authors, along with some news about Linda Fairstein, women writing in the mystery genre, and more.
In honor of Pride month, Katie and Rincey spend some time talking about mystery books by LGBTQ+ authors.
Katie and Rincey talk Nora Roberts hitting a major milestone, more lists featuring just white authors, and some mysteries by Asian and Asian American authors!
Katie and Rincey talk about the Edgar Awards, the Agatha Awards, infuriating cookie giving This episode is sponsored by Book Riot Insiders, Westside by W.M. Akers, and The Fifth Doctrine by Karen Robards
Katie and Rincey catch up after an episode apart and pick up books from some new-to-them authors.