“Linux Kernel Crash Book”, by Igor Ljubuncic, starts with crash tools via collection all the way to analysis, plus some extras and general tips. Linux kernel crash analysis is not an everyday topic.
It is very likely a niche topic, which will interest only system administrators and professionals dabbling in the kernel.
This condition may stop you from reading the book, as you may not be either the person maintaining server boxes nor the code developer trying to debug his drivers. However, you may also consider this book as a very extensive learning lesson in what goes behind the curtains of a typical Linux system.
While you may not find immediate use to the contents presented in this book, the general knowledge and problem solving methods and tools you find here should serve you universally.
Come the day, come the opportunity, you will find this book of value.