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A Detective’s Farewell

How do you say goodbye to a long-running character?

Many thanks to my guest, Elly Griffiths. Her latest book is The Last Remains.

Books mentioned in this episode
Cat Among The Pigeons by Agatha Christie
The Clocks by Agatha Christie
Curtain by Agatha Christie
The Postscript Murders by Elly Griffiths
The Last Remains by Elly Griffiths
The Crossing Places by Elly Griffiths
The Outcast Dead by Elly Griffiths
A Room Full Of Bones by Elly Griffiths
The Mysterious Affair at Styles by Agatha Christie
The Locked Room by Elly Griffiths
Marple: Twelve New Stories

Previous Shedunnit episodes mentioned
Swan Song
Agatha Christie Writes Alone
Golden Age Inspiration with guest Elly Griffiths

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Golden Age Inspiration

How do you write a 1920s style detective novel that’s set in the 2020s? Thanks to Elly Griffiths, aka Domenica De Rosa, for joining me today to talk about her love of golden age crime fiction and how she put that into her award winning novel The Postscript Murders. She also writes the Ruth Galloway… Continue Reading

Golden Age Inspiration Transcript

Caroline: Welcome to Shedunnit. I’m Caroline Crampton. Golden age detective fiction is having a bit of a moment. Over the last few years, there’s been a resurgence of interest in crime fiction from the 1920s, 30s and 40s, with hard to obtain titles receiving new editions and new TV and film adaptations in the works.… Continue Reading