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Knock Knock (Replay)

Wouldn’t sleuthing be so much easier if the dead could speak to the living?

This episode was first released on 18th September 2019.

Be aware: there are no major (ending!) spoilers in this episode but there are plot descriptions given of the books listed below.

Books mentioned:

— Strong Poison  by Dorothy L. Sayers

— Peril at End House  by Agatha Christie

— Murder Most Unladylike  by Robin Stevens

— The Plague Court Murders  by John Dickson Carr

— When Last I Died  by Gladys Mitchell

— The Sittaford Mystery  by Agatha Christie

— Dumb Witness  by Agatha Christie

— “The Last Seance” in The Hound of Death  by Agatha Christie

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Let It Snow (Replay)

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Murder On Holiday (Replay)

This summer, you can still travel to the murderous destinations visited by your favourite detectives. While I take a holiday myself, please enjoy this classic episode of Shedunnit. First aired in July 2020, it’s all about how and why golden age sleuths solve mysteries while away from home. My new map and guide, Agatha Christie’s England,… Continue Reading