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  • Summary

  • Discover your next audio obsession by hearing what Audible editors are obsessively listening to right now. Eavesdrop on unfiltered conversations between our mystery and thriller editors and experts about the titles we’re listening to now, and get the inside scoop on must-haves for your library.

    When you add Audicted to Crime, Season 1 to your library, you will receive all episodes. (It’s free; no credits will be deducted from your account.)

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Episodes
  • Apr 27 2021

    To close out the first half of the season, the Audible editors lighten up with their favorite mysteries and thrillers that swap the grit and gore for a more playful approach. Cozy up to these crime comedies and capers perfect for both new listeners and seasoned genre fans.

    Cut and Run by Ben Acker, Ben Blacker

    Sorry Charlie Miller by Tanner Cohen, David Ludwig

    Arsenic and Adobo by Mia P. Manansala

    Finlay Donovan Is Killing It by Elle Cosimano

    The Thursday Murder Club by Richard Osman

    My Friend Anna by Rachel DeLoache Williams

    The Other Black Girl by Zakiya Dalila Harris

    Sleeping Dogs Lie by Samantha Downing

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    34 mins
  • Apr 27 2021

    How well do we really know our neighbors? After a year spent close to home, the Audible editors discover a strange taste for tales of local shenanigans, suspicious snooping, and domestic disturbance—and a fresh crop of audio to fuel our active imaginations.

    Sour Hall by Laura Kirwan-Ashman

    Invisible Girl by Lisa Jewell

    The Woman in the Window by A. J. Finn

    Vicarious by Rhett C. Bruno

    How It Ends by Rachel Howzell Hall

    Too Good to Be True by Carola Lovering

    You Love Me by Caroline Kepnes

    The House on the Water by Margot Hunt

    Dear Wife by Kimberly Belle

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    29 mins
  • Apr 27 2021

    Is that twisty crime novel you’re listening to actually fiction? Or does it have a basis in a real-life case? In this episode, the Audible editors spotlight chilling thrillers and inventive mysteries that you might not know were inspired by true events.

    Daisy Chains by Lynn Vande Stouwe

    Darling Rose Gold by Stephanie Wrobel

    American Spy by Lauren Wilkinson

    Murder on the Orient Express: An Audible Original Drama by Agatha Christie

    The Tribes by Mari Howes

    People in Hell Want Ice Water by Edun Lepucki

    Myth of the Self Made Man by Ruben Reyes Jr.

    Refresh by Salim Lemelle

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    27 mins

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Great to hear the start of …

… so, let’s hear some more! You’ve introduced (to me, anyway!) a more humor-related twist to crime fiction, which could prove to be a bit of a relief during all this real-world seriousness. It was also great to hear crime fiction talked about by women!

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This was - like - you know - kinda - painful

I struggled through all five parts of this podcast, hoping to learn about some new books I'd like to listen to ... and fortunately, I did ... five of them.

However, this was a painful listening experience. For a group of supposedly professional communicators, the participants in this podcast (with the exception of Aaron) sounded like a bunch of teenagers hiding under the covers during a sleepover. There was far too much giggly laughter, particularly from Nicole.

"Likes" permeated every segment of the presentation, often two or three times in a single sentence. "You know" was nearly as pervasive. And all too often, books, characters or authors were "kinda" one thing or another.

And while I'm being a grumpy grammarian, conclusions are "based on" not "based off of" things ... and it is "research on" a topic, not "research around" it. Small things, of course, but these presenters are book EDITORS for crying out loud and should know better.

Don't misunderstand ... I love Audible and have more than 1200 titles in my Audible library. I will check out the 5 books I added to my want list based on these podcasts and appreciate having them brought to my attention. But I will not likely listen to any more of the Audicted podcasts.

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