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Episode Six

This week it’s the Bad Sex Award 2016 Special! Steve and Luca read and dissect the shortlist for the worst sex in fiction this year. There are bulbous salutations and audacious swellings aplenty.

Ayo Onatade from Shots is this weeks blogger extraordinaire and her recommendations are Mick Herron and Eric Story. Star guest for this episode is one of the biggest, bestselling and brightest authors in the UK – Mark Billingham. The boys and Mark discuss TV adaptations, Mark’s journey as an author and the Krankies.

The episode ends with a special tribute to Roger Hobbs, who passed away last week.

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Produced by: Twenty Inches of Monkey Productions.

Original Music by: Stuart Neville

 

Episode Five

This week Steve and Luca discuss Donald Trump and how the book trade and everyone else is reacting to his election, Nanowrimo (national novel writing month), Brookside, Jeffrey Archer, how Steve and Luca write and more.

The guest reviewer this week is Kate Moloney of Bibliophilebookclub and her recommended reads are Pendulum by Adam Hamdy and Ragdoll by Daniel Cole. Star guest this week is bestselling author Ruth Ware. She chats about claustrophobic settings, Reese Witherspoon, and the worst stag and hen parties ever experienced.

Steve and Luca’s recommendations are the Carter Blake series by Mason Cross, and Stav Sherez’s new novel The Intrusions. Stay tuned to the end for listeners questions and more Inspector Mallard.

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Produced by: Twenty Inches of Monkey Productions.

Original Music by: Stuart Neville

Episode Four

It’s where it’s at!

This week Steve and Luca discuss an article examining the use of the word “girl” in book titles, the Collins dictionary words of 2016, Donald Trump, and more.

Noelle Holton of Crimebookjunkie fame gives this week’s recommendations including I Know Your Secret by Graham Smith, and Exclusion Zone by JM Hewitt. Sunday Times Bestselling author and all round legend Craig Robertson is the star this week. He chats to Steve and Luca about Murderabalia, his brand new thriller, and gives us an intriguing insight into his past as a journalist. This is a fantastic interview which swings from laugh-out-loud stuff to quiet moments of real emotion.

Steve and Luca’s recommendations this week are Hitchcock/Truffaut, and Story Of Your Life by Ted Chiang. Stay tuned to the end for an Inspector Mallard update.

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Produced by: Twenty Inches of Monkey Productions.

Original Music by: Stuart Neville

 

Episode Three

It’s where it’s at!

Steve Cavanagh and Luca Veste present a brand new podcast for readers and writers which will bring you the latest news in the book world, interviews with the best writers, agents, publicists, editors, and literary agents in the business. Also, each week we’ll hear from some of the best book reviewers around, who’ll give us their reads of the week.

This week Steve and Luca talk Shakespeare and Marlowe, library closures and a surprise news item (hint – it has something to do with pigs).

Tracy Mearns, from book group Tequila Mockingbird, provides some filthy book recommendations for your delight. Star guest this week is bestselling author CL Taylor. Steve and Luca chat to Cally about psychological thrillers, unusual places to write, and the best trashy TV.

Steve and Luca’s recommendations this week are Steve Mosby, and the UKTV podcast hosted by the amazing Mark Billingham – A Stab In The Dark.

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Produced by: Twenty Inches of Monkey Productions.

Original Music by: Stuart Neville

Episode Two

It’s where it’s at!

Steve Cavanagh and Luca Veste present a brand new podcast for readers and writers which will bring you the latest news in the book world, interviews with the best writers, agents, publicists, editors, and literary agents in the business. Also, each week we’ll hear from some of the best book reviewers around, who’ll give us their reads of the week.

This week Luca and Steve discuss the Booker Prize, when a crime novel ceases to be a crime novel, John Banville and THAT Irish Times interview, and they follow up on Super Thursday. Tracy Fenton from THE Facebook Book club provides the best crime and thriller recommended reads.

The star guest this week is the bestselling and award winning author Stuart Neville in an exclusive first interview about his new alter ego Haylen Beck, music and more.

Steve and Luca give their recommended reads including Michael Connelly and

Credits:
Produced by: Twenty Inches of Monkey Productions.
Original Music by: Stuart Neville

 

Episode One

It’s where it’s at!

Steve Cavanagh and Luca Veste present a brand new podcast for readers and writers which will bring you the latest news in the book world, interviews with the best writers, agents, publicists, editors, and literary agents in the business. Also, each week we’ll hear from some of the best book reviewers around, who’ll give us their reads of the week.

This week Steve and Luca discuss the Nobel Prize for Literature 2016, the best way to find Bob Dylan, Duck crime fiction, Super Thursday, and the latest author earnings report.

Also this week we hear two book recommendations from Liz Barnsley of Liz Loves Books fame.

In their first star guest interview, Luca Veste chats to the legendary Ian Rankin about his new Rebus novel, Rather Be The Devil. Luca and Ian also chat about a possible future Rebus book, kidnapping actors, beer and Status Quo. Steve and Luca’s recommendations this week are Adrian McKinty and Megan Abbot.

Credits.
Produced by: Twenty Inches of Monkey Productions.
Original Music by: Stuart Neville

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