Tony Black interviews Doug Johnstone over at Pulp Pusher. And one at The Scotsman with Iain Banks.
Tara Moss recommends WIRE IN THE BLOOD by Val McDermid. And here Val talks about A PLACE OF EXECUTION on the BBC's World Book Club.
Listen to Craig Russell's LENNOX on Radio 4. For some reason, I can only find episode 3.
More on the Ayot Festival, where Alexander McCall Smith will be appearing.
A reviewlet of Kate Atkinson's STARTED EARLY, TOOK MY DOG. And Atkinson's CASE HISTORIES had its first airing on TV last night. I haven't watched it yet - did anyone see it?
Quintin Jardine talks about sitting by his pool reading his Kindle. Envious, moi?
The Washington Times reviews Philip Kerr's FIELD GRAY.
£8000 to spare. How about buying one of Robert Louis Stevenson's letters?
And if you live in Paisley watch out that you don't fall down drain holes. I don't know, you can't leave anything lying around. I once had my washing nicked off the line - apparently, it's called 'getting snowdropped'. It wasn't even fancy underwear - it was tea towels and an old duvet cover.