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The Lifelong Fan (Replay)

Renée read her first detective novel in the 1930s. She hasn’t stopped since.

Special thanks to my guest Renée. Her first crime novel is The Wild Card.

This archive episode of Shedunnit (my personal favourite of all the ones I’ve ever made) was first published on 2nd September 2020.

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Books and sources:
These Two Hands by Renée
Gaudy Night by Dorothy L. Sayers
Wednesday to come by Renée
Setting the table by Renée
An interview with Renée from 2017 on RNZ

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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… Continue Reading

Let It Snow (Replay)

Snow is a very powerful tool for a detective novelist. It can create a sinister atmosphere, keep suspects and murderer stormbound, and preserve the footprints of anyone who dares to escape. What could be more seasonal or festive than that? This episode of Shedunnit first aired on 11th December 2019. Caroline is currently recovering from… Continue Reading

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