Oct 1, 2017
Cody is joined by podcaster/comedian Kristin Lytie and podcast
host/improviser Eric Scull to discuss the intricacies of British
aristocracy as they pertain to the realm of Belgian
horticulturalists and polite criticism of a Dame in Her Majesty’s
literary service. You can find your copy of Passenger to Frankfurt
in the furthest-back part of the Agatha Christie display at your
local Barnes and Noble.
'Passenger to Frankfurt'
by Agatha Christie
Christie's superb stand-alone mystery, Passenger to
Frankfurt, is a true masterwork of surprise and suspense, as a
diplomat comes to the aid of a terrified woman in an airport, only
to find that his identity has been stolen and his life is suddenly
in serious jeopardy.
Sir Stafford Nye's flight home from Malaya takes an
unprecedented twist when a young woman confides in him that someone
is trying to kill her. In a moment of weakness, he agrees to lend
her his passport. Unwittingly, the diplomat has put his own life on
When he meets the mystery woman again, she is a different
person, and he finds himself drawn into a battle against an
invisible—and altogether more dangerous—enemy. . . .
’Speaker for the Dead‘ by Orson Scott Card
‘The Misadventures of Awkward Black Girl’ by Issa Rae
‘You Can’t Touch My Hair: And Other Things I Still Have to
Explain’ by Phoebe Robinson
‘We are Never Meeting in Real Life’ by Samantha Irby
Topics: trains, Manhattans, 27 Hitlers, The Parent Trap,
aristocracy, posture play, The Mockingjay, conspiracy, Alzheimer's,
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