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Best Whodunit podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best Whodunit podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
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On December 25th, 2007, movie star and heiress Julie Capsom crashed her car into a tree in Northern California, walked into a nearby clearing, and vanished, leaving behind a male torso in her trunk. 10 years later, reporter Bea Casely and private detective Brenda Bentley are going to reopen the case. Each has a personal tie to the story. Each thinks they know what happened. And each knows the other is going to screw this whole thing up. Join Bea, Brenda, and the rest of the Good People at Wh ...
 
Monthly readings and dramatizations of stories by the world’s leading writers of suspense chosen from the magazine’s archives. The full range of the genre is represented in these riveting audio renditions, from the drawing-room mystery to urban noir—including police procedurals, private-eye tales, psychological suspense, and locked-room and impossible-crime stories. Visit TheMysteryPlace.com for more stories, book reviews, subscription info, and more.
 
Set in the affluent town of Hamilton, Austin’s classic presents a whodunit mystery focusing on a crime involving a young woman who has been murdered under mysterious circumstances during a game of Bridge, with no hard evidence pointing to the perpetrator. Accordingly, the townspeople are also affected by the mystery and they refuse to play the dummy in fear of sharing the same fate as the unfortunate victim. A gripping mystery crime novel, Murder at Bridge evokes feelings of suspense, awe, m ...
 
A Murder Whodunit!Location: Hampstead, England.Victim: Sir Horace Fewbanks, a distinguished High Court judge. Cause of death: gun shot wound.Investigator: Private Detective Crewe, a wealthy bachelor who has taken up crime detection as a hobby, because it provides intellectual challenges more satisfying even than playing twelve simultaneous boards against Russian chess champion Turgieff.His sidekick: Joe is a fourteen year old Cockney boy, whom Crewe saved from a life of crime by hiring him a ...
 
William Le Queux was a British novelist and prolific writer of mysteries. Indeed, mystery surrounds the author himself as to whether he was a spy or rather just a self-promoter. Regardless of which is true, Le Queux brings us a story of intrigue and espionage that travels across Europe in the true spirit of a good mystery. There are shootings, burglaries, romances, escapes from prisons, and intricate conspiracies that may surprise and leave you scratching your head as you try to solve this “ ...
 
Tasteless is a movie podcast that pays tribute to the films no one else wants to talk about, from the underrated to the absurd. In each episode, Emily Higgins takes a highly regarded film and compares it to a similar but overlooked movie she recommends instead.
 
A charming mystery story set in the early 1900s which is as much about the townspeople, sleuths and othercolorful characters as it is about the murder. Filled with comic antics of Scotland Yard fellows, local police, and residentsof the town, keeps the murder ever elusive. The "whodunit" is maintained until the very end and the laughter keepsgoing even after the mystery is solved. (Summary by Sharon Kilmer)
 
Trent's Last Case (US title The Woman in Black) is actually the first novel in which gentleman sleuth Philip Trent appears. The novel is a whodunit whose unique place in the history of detective fiction is because it is at the same time the first major send-up of that very genre: Not only does Trent fall in love with one of the primary suspects — usually considered a no-no — he also, after painstakingly collecting all the evidence, draws all the wrong conclusions. Convinced that he has track ...
 
We are the Ladies of Nerditude! Providing commentary on our experiences with pop culture and fandom, we discuss subjects from Harry Potter to Indiana Jones to the Whedonverse. We're a couple of women who love history, museums, books, music, TV, theater, and movies, but don't call us fangirls. We love how strong female characters like Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Jessica Jones give power to women's rights and feminism. Oh, did we mention we also love Supernatural? Because we totally do.
 
In this podiobook: Larry Lazard, CEO of hackoff.com, takes his company public and watches its stock price soar and collapse. Following a hostile takeover attempt, Lazard is found dead in his office of an apparently self-inflicted gunshot wound.Author Tom Evslin, a serial CEO, also took a company public in the Internet bubble and fought off hostile takeover attempts in the subsequent rubble. Unlike Larry, Evslin lived to tell what may be the definitive story of those strange times.The mystery ...
 
A shot penetrates the still night air and one of Galton's leading citizens is a victim of a desperate killer's gun. Murder becomes entangled with politics and it takes a parish priest to discover "whodunit" in this thriller by a husband and wife novelist team. (Summary taken from original jacket blurb.)
 
The first novel in her renowned series of detective fiction, Sayers introduces Lord Peter Wimsey, a bon vivant gentleman, whose hobby of playing detective is put to the test, as he is launched into his first official crime investigation. The mystery begins when the body of an unidentified man has been found in the bathtub of local architect Mr. Thipps. Adding to the peculiarity of the situation is the fact that the corpse is stark naked except for a pair of expensive pince-nez glasses. Due t ...
 
This story opens with a mother and daughter found brutally murdered inside a locked room in an upstairs apartment on a street in Paris. The police are baffled by both the ferocity of the crime and the lack of clues. Neighbors give conflicting evidence. Two friends are intrigued by the entire situation as reported in the newspapers. They decide to do a little investigating on their own. What they come up with is one of the most shocking and strangest of conclusions. The Murders in the Rue Mor ...
 
The Crux is a story about the civil rights struggle and America at the edge of revolution told through a captivating whodunit. Like Serial, Making a Murderer or The People vs OJ Simpson, The Crux is a murder mystery: Who really killed Martin Luther King? Was it the government conspiracy that Coretta Scott King, the King children, and everyone in King's inner circle say it was? Or was it who the FBI named, a petty criminal named James Earl Ray?
 
Whose Body? is the first of Dorothy Sayers’s famous Lord Peter Wimsey novels, introducing that nobleman, as well as his manservant and fellow-sleuth, Mervyn Bunter. Scotland Yard’s Inspector Charles Parker, who figures more or less prominently in later Wimsey novels, plays a central role in Whose Body? as well. As the book opens, a bashful Battersea architect has discovered a naked body in his bath, adorned with a gold pince nez. At the same time, we learn of the disappearance – under odd ci ...
 
Mrs. GE-6309 Time with Reesy Floyd-Thompson **LIVE WEDNESDAY NIGHT 8PM EASTERN - THREE WEEKS ON, ONE WEEK OFF**---- Reesy Floyd-Thompson loves crime stories and a good whodunit. When her husband was cast as the unsuspected bad guy, Reesy was forced to play a supporting role in her very own crime drama. She was no longer just Mrs. Thompson; she was now also Mrs. GE-6309. Reesy is the Founder and President of Prisoners' Wives, Girlfriends, and Partners (PWGP), an organization dedicated to part ...
 
The podcast from the Crime Files team. Crime Files is the home of the best crime and thriller fiction from the dedicated teams at Hodder & Stoughton, Headline Publishing Group and Quercus Books. We’ll be sharing the latest releases from big-name authors and undiscovered talents, bringing you exclusive audio extracts and interviews, and generally engaging in some criminally good chat!
 
A true “whodunit” with as many twists and turns as an English country road. Old man Courtenay is found murdered in his bed. Dr. Ralph Boyd is summoned to Courtenay Manor to examine the slain man and discovers a clue that might solve the case. But, he decides to keep the clue private for personal reasons. In the meantime, Scotland Yard has no clues as the culprits or the motive. Dr. Boyd, because of his new found clue, is sure he knows who is the murderer. Or, is it a murderess? His intimate ...
 
In 1944, George Stinney Jr. became the youngest person ever executed in South Carolina at age 14. He was accused of bludgeoning two white girls to death and convicted by an all-white jury in a matter of minutes. Now, more than 70 years later, new evidence suggests someone else may have committed the murders. The Post and Courier explores this haunting tale that still plagues the small town of Alcolu.
 
A podcast where three Generation X-ers from the midwest (a mobile D.J., a writer, and a professional musician) discuss music from their generation. 80's and 90's music are fond to their hearts but they explore older and current music with contrasting opinions, wit, and candor. Guests occasionally pop in and lend a voice as well. Funny, insightful, and nostalgic; there are no rules. So sit down, download, plug in, and STICK THIS IN YOUR EAR!
 
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In this month's episode, we turn our attention to poetry. EQMM has a long history of including occasional poems in our pages. From humorous limericks to serious free verse, poetry gives another lens through which to view the crime and mystery genre. Here we include a story in epic verse by John F. Dobbyn and poems by James Sallis, Stephen D. Rogers…
 
This is episode 25 of "Finish It!", a fantastic show in which two brothers attempt to 100% complete interactive fiction books.Check out the original episode here:https://finishitpod.com/2018/10/09/ep-25-who-killed-harlowe-thrombey-week-one-its-a-real-blowout/And listen to the rest of their brilliant podcast!https://finishitpod.com/iTunes | Stitcher…
 
This week, the Ladies review the fourth installment of Diana Rowland's series focusing on the undead (after)life of Angel Crawford: How the White Trash Zombie Got Her Groove Back. With a zombie on zombie underground power struggle, kidnappings, and shifting loyalties along with personal upheavals, Angel and the Tribe rise to the challenge against t…
 
To the jail! Bill cracks the case and delivers his denouement! Solve this Murder is a game created by Dani Siller, and played by Bill Sunderland and you, the listener! As Bill unravels the mystery, make sure to take notes and see if you can guess the killer before the denouement. You only have one guess per story, so don't jump in too soon! Our bes…
 
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