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?

March 4, 2022


Adam Croft and Robert Daws return for episode 159 of Partners in Crime.
Bob explains he hasn't been able to watch much television or read any books since the last episode, but he doesn't let that hinder his contribution, as he recommends an audiobook and a true crime documentary. In fact, he manages to discuss the latter for a full eight minutes.
Meanwhile, our hosts discuss an article from The Herald, in which author James Oswald admits he questioned whether he could continue writing about the police, after their heavy-handed response to the Sarah Everard vigil, and Adam reveals some of the crime fiction stars already lined up to appear at the Theakston Old Peculiar Crime Writing Festival in the summer.
Bonus material this time includes an email from a listener who got in touch to share how much he loved the mattress content in the last episode, and will no doubt have been thrilled at Adam's revelation that he too has now purchased a new mattress. AND a bed.
~ Moriarty ~
The Game by Scott Kershaw (pre-order)
Devil's Advocate on Sky Documentaries
I Have Something to Tell You by Susan Lewis (Audiobook)
March's Patreon FREE book of the month from Kobo is The Last Amen by C.C. Jameson
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