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This week, Abby sits down with producer Pat for a summer check-in while we’re in between seasons of Criminal Types! Abby and Pat talk about Abby’s recent move to Houston (plus a local Houston bookstore you need to visit if you’re ever in the area), s... more
Go behind the scenes of publishing the crime books we all love to read in this bonus episode! Today Abby sits down with Jennifer Barth, Senior Vice President and Executive Editor at Knopf, for a discussion of Jennifer’s career, the crime books that g... more
Jo Nesbø is a New York Times bestselling writer whose books have sold over 55 million copies around the world. In today’s episode, Abby sits down with Jo while he’s on book tour in New York for a discussion of Jo’s crime writing career, the recurring... more
This podcast checks all the boxes! Great guests, entertaining host, and just plain fun to listen to. As an aspiring author and lover of thrillers I couldn’t ask for a more fun and informative show. I cannot wait for season 2!
I’ve followed Abby on social media for a few years now and have become a huge fan of hers. She’s very passionate in her work. I also had the chance to meet her at a Riley Sager book event and she was super friendly and a genuinely great person. I highly recommending giving her podcast a listen because it’s amazing!
I saw Abby at Iceland Noir 2022 and as a fellow fan of Scandinavian crime fiction I felt like we have similar tastes and was very excited to hear about her podcast. Really enjoying it so far!
I recently discovered Crime By The Book on Instagram, which led me to the podcast. I just finished the Riley Sager episode and it was so much fun. I loved the book recommendations and hearing Riley describe his writing process. Like so many others, Nancy Drew and Agatha Christie were my gateway to Mystery/Crime fiction. Life got busy and for many reasons I haven’t read as much for pleasure in the past few years. I’m discovering so many new authors and reading up a storm thanks to Abby. ... more
Great podcast! At the end J.Grisham talked about a group he sits on the Board of Directors where they work on cases to release wrongfully convicted prisoners. It takes about $300k to release one person so I thought one way to create this kind of money would be to have a TV series on about the 300+ cases especially on ones where the real criminals is caught. Have John open each program and call it John Grisham on True Stories of the Innocent or sale them to a current program like “Cold Case Files... more
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