Podcast Fun: Talking Mystery/Thriller Book Recommendations with Sarah from Sarah’s Bookshelves LIve

Posted January 30, 2019 by Renee / 10 Comments

Hi All! Did you know my friend Sarah from the blog Sarah’s Book Shelves has a new bookish podcast called Sarah’s Book Shelves Live?  Today I’m Sarah’s guest and I’m talking about some of my favorite mystery/thriller reads as well as one I wasn’t crazy about. I had the best time talking with Sarah and I hope you’ll enjoy our book chat!

 

 

Sarah’s Book Shelves Live is a weekly show featuring real talk about books and book recommendations from a featured guest. Each week, Sarah of the blog Sarah’s Book Shelves will talk with her guest about: 
 

– 2 OLD BOOKS THEY LOVE
– 2 NEW BOOKS THEY LOVE
– 1 BOOK THEY DON’T LOVE
– AND 1 NEW RELEASE THEY’RE EXCITED ABOUT

 

Sarah gets real about all things books and serves you up a bit of snark on the side.

 

You can subscribe to Sarah’s Book Shelves Live anywhere you normally subscribe to podcasts: iTunes, Casts, Stitcher, etc., or click on one of the links (in blue ) which will take you directly to Sarah’s Book Shelves , where Sarah has provided you with various ways to download the episode. She’s also provided the show notes for our episode so you don’t miss any of our fun conversation. I hope you enjoy listening and find some new mystery/thriller recommendations! Let me know what you think in the comments below

Happy Listening!

10 responses to “Podcast Fun: Talking Mystery/Thriller Book Recommendations with Sarah from Sarah’s Bookshelves LIve

  1. Jan

    Renee, I just finished listening to the podcast – it was fun to listen to you two talk about mystery/thrillers.

    We share some of the same love it/loathe it features of the genre 🙂 I too grew up on Nancy Drew and love true crime. Now I have to check out Sharon Bolton. I can’t believe I haven’t read her before but you’ve inspired me!

    • renee

      I’m glad you enjoyed it Jan! Yes, give Sharon Bolton a try, her Lacey Flint series starting with Now You See Me is my favorite of all her books! I really loved Dead Woman Walking too

  2. Getting more into bookish Podcasts is on my list of things to go this year, so I’ve just added this one to my very small list. 😀

    Look forward to hearing your episode! How fun was that?!?

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