The reissue of Zip Gun Boogie by Mark Timlin is now available to preorder.
American rock gods Pandora’s Box are cutting their new album in London but someone has wiped the tapes and one of the band is in hospital after an OD. Enter Sharman, who has been volunteered by Chris Kennedy-Sloane to solve the mess.
Five of Mark Timlin's books, featuring private investigator Nick Sharman, have now been released as ebooks in Germany by EDEL Germany.
The titles are:
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Gun Street Girl, the third Nick Sharman mystery, by Mark Timlin is available to purchase as an ebook for 99p for a limited time.
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As part of the ‘read a great movie season’ over at the Murder Room, Mark Timlin discusses Get Carter, the film adaptation of Ted Lewis’ book Jack’s return home. The film released in 1971 stars Michael Caine as gangster Jack Carter.
Read Mark Timlin on Get Carter
There is also an opportunity to win an Amazon Kindle loaded with classic crime. For more information about the competition and a list of all the articles, visit the read a great movie blog.
A good year for the roses, the first Nick Sharman novel, by Mark Timlin is being republished by No Exit and is available for pre order now.
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Christmas (Baby Please Come Home), a short story by Mark Timlin is now available on audio cd and download.
The short story was originally published in London Noir (Mask Noir) back in 1994. It was also part of the Sharman and other filth short story collection.
Private eye Nick Sharman is hired to find a teenager runaway from Manchester thought to be on the streets of London.
As you are probably aware all of the titles of the Nick Sharman books (with the exception of Falls the Shadow) came from songs. Thanks to the magic of the internet and in particular the music streaming service Spotify you can listen to some of the songs below.
Hear Mark Timlin’s views on the film Drive, and novel Raylan by Elmore Leonard over on the Crimetime website.
If Twitter’s your thing then you can also follow Crimetime at https://twitter.com/#!/crimetimeUK.
The short story ‘Eye of the beholder’ by Mark Timlin is being republished in a new anthology by Maxim Jakubowski. The best of best new erotica is being released on the 24 April 2012.