Welcome to Campfire Classics, a Literary Comedy Podcast!!
With 50 episodes in the bag, it felt like time to return to our roots. So here's another story from our muse, Agatha Christie.
But it's not a Poirot mystery this time. Oh no, this week Ken is giving Heather a Tommy and Tuppence mystery. Which means Heather definitely won't have to pull out her questionable French accent. Right?
Well, the adorable detective couple, Tommy and Tuppence, get up to some wild hijinks, and along the way your favorite podcasting couple discuss many of life's little quandaries. What do you use a Brownie for? How do you practice detective-ing? What would you put in your muff?
"The Affair of the Pink Pearl" is most commonly found in the book Partners in Crime published in 1929, however, it made its first appearance in The Sketch in 1924.
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This weeks promo is from Life Paranormal with V. Do you have a personal experience with the paranormal?
So sit back, light a fire (or even a candle), grab a drink, and enjoy.