What a Lovely Corpse You Have

Released Friday, 13th March 2020
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Welcome to Mysteries to Die For
I am TG Wolff and this is a podcast where Jack and I combine storytelling with original music to put you at the heart of mystery, murder, and mayhem. Some episodes will by my own stories, others will be classics that helped shape the mystery genre we know today. These are arrangements, which means instead of word-for-word readings, you get a performance, meant to be heard.
This is Season 1. The first half of the season comes from my book, Widow's Run, which was published in 2019 by Down & Out Books. If you love clever, sharp-edged mysteries and thrillers, check out Down & Out on the web. www.downandoutbooks.com.
Today's story is about a funeral, a flock of robins, and a drop with just a little catch. This is Episode 1: What a Lovely Corpse You Have.
SPONSOR: A Grifter's Song from Down & Out Books. Sam and Rachel may not be the kids they once were but what they've lost in youth, they made up for with experience. Grifters, they've carved out a life taking what they can without consideration for their marks. It seems to me a little thought might have saved them a whole lot of trouble. Now grifting isn't a choice, it's the only way to stay ahead of the mob. This bundle of novellas follows Sam and Rachel across the US as they jump from frying pan to fire. Created and edited by Frank Zafiro, A Grifter's Song, Seasons 1 and 2, are available from Down & Out's website, upon request from your favorite independent bookseller, and from on-line retailers. https://downandoutbooks.com/bookstore/grifters-son…
That's it for this first episode of Mysteries to Die For. If you enjoyed our twist on storytelling, help spread the work by telling a friend or leaving a review. For less than the price of Diamond's 1970s vintage sunglasses, you can join our Body Bag Brigade to help support the show.
Mysteries to Die For was written by TG Wolff. Music and Production was by Jack Wolff. Widow's Run was written by TG Wolff, edited by Chris Rhatigan, and published by Down & Out Books. Cover art by Shannon Leahy.

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