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March 12, 2021

Monkey flu

Would you like to know which Covid jab Bob got last week? Has he had enough coffee to get himself ready for the episode? And does Adam really look better by closing his blinds?
You can find out the answers in this week's episode of Partners in Crime with Adam Croft and Robert Daws.
Adam reveals how Ian Rankin upset some Scottish villagers, Bob has a look ahead to the upcoming ITV adaptation of Peter James' Roy Grace books and we hear why the same author is auctioning off his old desk. 
Fed up of our hosts hardly ever talking about crime fiction, a Patreon member gets in touch to make her own book recommendation and Bob comes up with a brand new intro for the podcast. But is it better than the theme tune?  
~ Moriarty ~


Blood Grove by Walter Mosley (audiobook narrated by Michael Boatman) 


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