Gun Street Girl ebook 99p for a limited time

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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Mark Timlin’s Nick Sharman novels republished

Mark Timlin’s back catalogue of Nick Sharman books are in now the process of being republished by the No Exit Press in both paper and ebook formats.

This is exciting news as many of the earlier titles are becoming increasingly difficult to find outside of second hand shops and well known auction websites.

The first four titles are available to download as ebooks now.


A Good Year for the Roses (Nick Sharman 1), is available in print now and Romeo’s Tune (Nick Sharman 2) is being released on 21 August 2013.

Find more No Exit Press forthcoming titles.

No Exit Press crime evening

The No Exit Press are hosting a crime evening in St Albans library on the 21 March 2013. Three respected crime authors, Leigh RussellHoward Linskey and Peter Murphy, will be discussing their work.

To book a place please visit

A4 No Exit Crime evening poster

A good year for the roses by Mark Timlin republished

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.

Pre order a good year for the roses by Mark Timlin

All about me

Last time I warned you this was going to be all about me. And mostly it is. Because, all of a sudden all sorts of things are happening. First off, after quite a long break, I’ve got two new books coming out. Well, one is new, and the other is sort of new.

So, just like they used to say about the number Eleven bus. “You wait for ages for one, and then two come along together.” Read More

Blog No.1

I once said to my nearest and dearest, if I ever decide to write a Blog – shoot me.

Luckily there’s no gun available, so here I am.

The reason I’m doing it is simple. Last year I fell foul of reader’s block, and took a long holiday from my regular(ish) column in The Independent On Sunday. I’d been reviewing crime for fifteen years, and I was bored stiff. But around last Christmas I started reading crime novels again, and I went to Katy Guest at the IOS and she asked me to submit some reviews, which I did, and had my first one published a couple of weeks ago, and maybe I’ll get a column again. Who knows?

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