Here's your daily gratuitous Cramps title for no reason at all.
A round-up of a couple of events at the Reading Crime Festival, including M C Beaton and Stuart MacBride.
The Nerd of Noir interviews Allan Guthrie. I don't know about the rest of you, but I really want to read BIG DUNC'S HAMMER. And you can catch Al at the Electric Bookshop tomorrow.
A David Ashton radio drama starring Billy Connolly and Brian Cox.
ON CONAN DOYLE - a new book about...errrrr...Conan Doyle.
The National Library of Scotland on Robert Louis Stevenson.
Damien Seaman on why Ian Rankin's Rebus is actually Batman, the Morning Star reviews THE IMPOSSIBLE DEAD, and Ian himself on being an accidental crime writer.
Helen Fitzgerald talks about book titles. And a nice review of THE DONOR over at Fair Dinkum Crime.
Just in case you missed out on free e-books from Blasted Heath, you can get them for the rock bottom bargain price of 99p/99c for the next week. 99p? I think those boys are crack addicts.
The Glasgow International Festival of Visual Arts sounds good. Although coming across a giant head on some wasteground is a typical Saturday night out in Glasgow.