Everyone in my Family has Killed Someone by Benjamin Stevenson – Part Three

We discuss chapters 33-41 of Benjamin Stevenson’s phenomenal 2022 metafictional mystery, ‘Everyone in my Family has Killed Someone’. What would a murder mystery be without a bizarre detour right before the explanation. A jaunt with heavy machinery over to a party at another nearby lodge introduces us to a distraught couple it seems were being blackmailed by one of the Cunninghams, but why? Ern has to piece together the scraps of this mystery on his feet as Chekov’s innumerable guns all collide in a scorching finale.

We’re also joined by Michael Sears and Stanley Trollip, the minds behind Michael Stanley and their latest novel ‘A Deadly Covenant‘, to talk about the second prequel in the adventures of their Detective Kubu, and the tumultuous boundaries between cultures that inspired it.

Check out Part One and Part Two here!

Thank you to Penguin Australia for providing copies of ‘Everyone in my Family has Killed Someone’, and to Michael Stanley for copies of ‘A Deadly Covenant’.

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