Anglo-Filles Episode 38: You Learn Something New Every Day

Welcome to our third year of podcasting, starting with a mystery topic. No, a literal mystery, as in we’re discussing detective fiction. Was Murder, She Wrote a staple on your screen growing up? Does Agatha Christie have pride of place on your bookshelf? Join Les Filles to chat about some favourites!

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“But I didn’t do it!” You protest. “Oh no, dear, I’m afraid you did,” Jessica Fletcher says, not unkindly. Her eyes are sympathetic as the police drag you away. (No, seriously, there was literally an episode in which a woman is innocent of the crime and Jessica Fletcher still somehow proves her guilty.)

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First thing first, our Twitter feeds and Tumblr dashboards are just as flooded with Hamilton as yours.


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One thing we know for sure, if you want to write detective fiction, you need to be on top of your pun game.

Did you know Tartan Noir is a thing? You do now!

Hide and Seek by Ian Rankin

Cold Granite by Stuart MacBride

Still Midnight by Denise Mina

Raven Black by Ann Cleeves

Quite Ugly One Morning by Christopher Brookmyre

Murder in Ancient Rome!

Roma Sub Rosa
Marcus Didius Falco

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