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Ep. 119 | She Writes Crime

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In this week’s episode, Kendra and Sumaiyya, with special guest, Abby, discuss crime fiction for October’s theme She Writes Crime. Thanks to Our Sponsor! For a limited time, our listeners can use promo code – Funjet75 – for $75 off your next Funjet vacation to RIU hotels and resorts. Check out our Patreon page to learn more about our book club and other Patreon-exclusive goodies. Follow along over on Instagram, join the discussion in our Goodreads group, and be sure to subscribe to our newsletter for more new books and extra book reviews! Things MentionedThe JCB Prize for Literature Books Mentioned The Khan by Saima Mir Out by Natsuo Kirino Translated from Japanese by Stephen Snyder The Unquiet Dead by Ausma Zehanat Khan Quicksand by Malin Persson Giolito Translated from Swedish by Rachel Willson-Broyles Abby Recommends My Sweet Girl by Amanda Jayatissa I Remember You by Yrsa Sigurdardottir Currently Reading Heaven by Mieko Kawakami Translated by Sam Bett and David Boyd Black Water Sister by Zen Cho About Our Guest Abby Endler is the creator of Crime by the Book, a crime fiction review website and Instagram account. By day, she is a publicist for a division of Penguin Random House. CBTB Blog | Instagram | Twitter | Facebook CONTACT Questions? Comments? Email us hello@readingwomenpodcast.com.  SOCIAL MEDIA Twitter | Facebook | Instagram | Website Music by Miki Saito with Isaac Greene Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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