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June 18, 2022

Absolutely roasting

On this week's episode of Partners in Crime, Adam Croft is joined once again by Graham Bartlett, former detective superintendent of Sussex Police.

Unsurprisingly, the subject of real life crime is discussed again, with Adam sparking things off by mentioning a Daily Mail article about knife crime.

Also in the episode, we hear about the McIlvanney Prize longlist courtesy of CrimeReads, Adam mentions a crime related episode of Who Do You Think You Are featuring Richard Osman, while Graham tells us we should all be watching BBC crime drama Sherwood.

Adam also has a look at a Daily Record article which reveals the first names of people most likely to be criminals. So have a listen to hear if you're on it. And no, I'm not.

~ Moriarty ~



The Other People by C.J. Tudor 

The Black Dahlia by James Ellroy 

Bad For Good by Graham Bartlett (Pre-order)

Sherwood BBC television show

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