You’d think two bestselling crime writers would just talk about crime, right? Not these ones. Sit back and enjoy fun, frolics and laughs. After all, what’s more lighthearted than murder?

January 31, 2020

Badgering or Beavering?

Why is this episode so late? What is the connection between Cormoran Strike and the Granada version of Sherlock Holmes starring Jeremy Brett? How might aliens interpret Partners in Crime and why might this episode be Bob’s last?

Adam Croft and Robert Daws definitively answer these pressing questions in the latest episode.

They also discuss Adam’s new book Closer To You, Robert Galbraith’s upcoming weighty tome, the 2020 Edgar Nominees, urgent appeals for Scottish crime novels, Georges Simenon’s Maigret, autographs vs selfies and Amy (AKA Bob’s sat nav).

You’ll also hear Adam worrying about his blurb and Bob cut off in his prime.

~ Moriarty ~


The Turn of the Key by Ruth Ware

Pietr the Latvian (Inspector Maigret #1) by Georges Simenon

Closer To You by Adam Croft

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