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December 13, 2019

Deadly Staplers, New Releases and Creaky Knees

What is Adam’s guilty pleasure? How many mystery books don’t have female victims? How long can two men talk about a TV show they haven’t seen and can Adam and Bob avoid talking about both sex and politics this episode?

Adam Croft and Bob Daws answer these questions – and many more – on the latest episode.

Skirting politics as best they can, the Partners discuss Adam’s latest release (see his shameless book recommendation below), mysteries without female victims, a new BBC show from the producers of Bodyguard and Traces – the new crime show based on an idea by Val McDermid – despite neither of them having watched it. However, Bob has seen Elizabeth Is Missing starring Glenda Jackson, and *LISTENER ALERT* it sparks a monologue about TV formats. 

Also, the upcoming Partners In Crime Christmas special is liberally foreshadowed. It’s coming your way in Christmas week – keep your podcatcher primed!

~ Moriarty ~


In Plain Sight by Adam Croft

Deep Dirty Truth by Steph Broadribb

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