Monday, 24 October 2011

How Far Can Too Far Go?

Still on The Cramps for post titles.

An awful lot of Ian Rankin today - an interview with the National Post, a piece in The Windsor Star, one in the Ottawa Express, the Guardian reviews THE IMPOSSIBLE DEAD, as does the Ottawa Citizen, and a TV interview with Studio 4 in Vancouver (the man appears to be taking over Canada)

Spinetingler on the exciting forthcoming titles from Blasted Heath. And they mention one of the forthcoming books - a debut from Damien Seaman. I've read it and it's very, very good. And here's Anthony Neil Smith reading from ALL THE YOUNG WARRIORS. He's a scary guy, that Neil.

Val McDermid on writing about violence. And here's the longer version of the full interview on Hard Talk. Well done that woman. And here, on the other side of the interview, is Val McDermid interviewing one of the actresses of The Killing - Sofie Gråbøl.

More TV: Mystery Scene looks at Kate Atkinson's CASE HISTORIES.

Three books about Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.

This is a weird story on so many fronts but I find myself being most puzzled about why he was barred from Scotland...

2 comments:

  1. Still waiting for "The Most Exalted Potentate of Love"...

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  2. Watch this space, Heath :o)

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