Spoiler Warning (No Spoilers)

Is it still worth reading a whodunnit if you know… who done it?

Thanks to my guests Jim Noy of The Invisible Event and Kate Jackson of Cross Examining Crime. Jim is on Twitter @invisible_event and Kate is @ArmchairSleuth.

Thank you to everyone who supported the Shedunnit Pledge Drive, we did it! You can still join the Shedunnit Book Club if you’d like of course — and I’ll keep the discounted gift offer valid through until the end of the year — but the threshold is already met and there will be more regular episodes coming in 2021.

NB: Despite the title, there are no major spoilers in this episode. However, there is some structural discussion of the books listed below.

Books and sources:
Antidote to Venom by Freeman Wills Crofts
The Julius Caesar Murder Case by Wallace Irwin
Post Mortem by Guy Cullingford
Gaudy Night by Dorothy L. Sayers

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Music by Audioblocks and Blue Dot Sessions. See shedunnitshow.com/musiccredits for more details.

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