41. The Seven (and a half) Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle
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Jun 30, 2020
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This month we dusted off our deerstalkers and de-smudged our magnifying glasses, because it was time to figure out WHODUNNIT in Stuart Turton's super fun debut novel, The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle (or the The 7½ Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle if you have the US version).

Described by the (quite clever actually) marketing department as “Gosford Park meets Inception, by way of Agatha Christie”, this super entertaining book kept us guessing, kept us interested, and kept us asking "wait, who is that person again?"

Find out which character Laura has a crush on, how many times we can use the word "romp" in 35 minutes, and if we ever learned how to pronounce "Hercule Poirot".

Happy Listening!

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Tell us what you think about the book! Or the podcast! Or if you're now just a bit terrified of the word "rabbit"? We are @bookwhostalking on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and Goodreads. And you can email us at bookwhostalking.podcast@gmail.com">bookwhostalking.podcast@gmail.com

This month we dusted off our deerstalkers and de-smudged our magnifying glasses, because it was time to figure out WHODUNNIT in Stuart Turton's super fun debut novel, The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle (or the The 7½ Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle in the US version). Described by the (quite clever) marketing department as “Gosford Park meets Inception, by way of Agatha Christie”, this super entertaining book kept us guessing, kept us interested, and kept us asking "wait, who is that person again?

This month we dusted off our deerstalkers and de-smudged our magnifying glasses, because it was time to figure out WHODUNNIT in Stuart Turton's super fun debut novel, The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle (or the The 7½ Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle if you have the US version).

Described by the (quite clever actually) marketing department as “Gosford Park meets Inception, by way of Agatha Christie”, this super entertaining book kept us guessing, kept us interested, and kept us asking "wait, who is that person again?"

Find out which character Laura has a crush on, how many times we can use the word "romp" in 35 minutes, and if we ever learned how to pronounce "Hercule Poirot".

Happy Listening!

---

Tell us what you think about the book! Or the podcast! Or if you're now just a bit terrified of the word "rabbit"? We are @bookwhostalking on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and Goodreads. And you can email us at bookwhostalking.podcast@gmail.com">bookwhostalking.podcast@gmail.com

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