Monthly Archives: March 2022

5 posts

Arthur Conan Doyle (Part 2)

We continue our discussion about Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, exploring how he wrote and how his works have been adapted. Mentions: Sherlock (BBC) Elementary (CBS) House (Fox) The Enola Holmes Mysteries by Nancy Springer For more information:Instagram: @cluedinmysteryContact us: hello@cluedinmystery.comMusic: Signs To Nowhere by Shane Ivers –

Arthur Conan Doyle (Part 1)

In the first episode of the Doyle series, Sarah and Brook discuss Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and his famous detective, and his contribution to popular culture (and forensics). We discuss: A Study in Scarlet (1886) Lost World (1912) “The Case of Lady Sannox” (1893) “The Five Orange Pips” (1891) “The […]

Doyle Preview (mini episode)

A short, bonus episode with some brief thoughts about Sherlock and Poirot to lead into our series of episodes about Sir Arthur Conan Doyle starting next week. For more information: Instagram: @cluedinmystery Contact us: Music: Signs To Nowhere by Shane Ivers – //

Agatha Christie: Part 3

In our final episode in our Agatha Christie series, we are joined by two guests who share their insights into her work. We discuss: The Mysterious Affair at Styles (1921) The Death of Roger Ackroyd (1926) The ABC Murders (1936) Five Little Pigs (1942) Curtain (1975) “Dressmaker’s Doll” “In a […]

Agatha Christie: Part 2

In the second episode of the Agatha series, Brook and Sarah discuss some of the tropes she used and what rules of mysteries she created and broke. RESOURCES Agatha Christie, An Autobiography Agatha Christie (1977) Agatha Christie’s Secret Notebooks: Fifty Years of Mysteries in the Making John Curran (2009) Agatha […]