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by Mark Timlin

Download Stay Another Day: The Latest Nick Sharman Novel ePub
  • ISBN 1842433296
  • ISBN13 978-1842433294
  • Language English
  • Author Mark Timlin
  • Publisher Oldcastle Books (May 1, 2011)
  • Pages 256
  • Formats txt mobi lrf azw
  • Category Fiction
  • Subcategory Action and Adventure
  • Size ePub 1738 kb
  • Size Fb2 1504 kb
  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 141

Could it be the end for Nick Sharman? The latest from the Spillane of Brit Noir, as hardboiled as they come For seven years, ex-cop Nick Sharman has lived in "exile" on a Caribbean island, his life of luxury funded by the proceeds of a bank robbery where he was the last man standing. A phone call out of the blue changes everything. The voice from the past belongs to the only woman that he loves, his daughter Judith. Like father, like daughter, she's a police officer, but the family resemblance doesn't stop there—Judith is in big trouble with the law, and has no one to turn to except her father. Returning under an assumed name to a bleak mid-winter England, Nick finds he's grown older, but perhaps no wiser, and his once beloved London is moving too fast for him. Vowing to clear his daughter's name by any means necessary, Sharman finds himself enmeshed with blackmailers, murderers, the security services, and Russian gangsters all baying for his blood—until he, Judith, and his old sparring partner Jack Robber take on all comers in a dramatic finale on the mean streets of London.

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Same Every Day Low Prices. Could it be the end for Nick Sharman? The latest from the Spillane of Brit Noir, as hardboiled as they come. For seven years, ex-cop Nick Sharman has lived in "exile" on a Caribbean island, his life of luxury funded by the proceeds of a bank robbery where he was the last man standing. A phone call out of the blue changes everything. The voice from the past belongs to the only woman that he loves, his daughter Judith.

Stay another day. Could it be the end for Sharman? . Mark Timlin has written some thirty novels under many different names, including best-selling books as Lee Martin, innumerable short stories, an anthology and numerous articles for various newspapers and magazines. Could it be the end for Sharman? For seven years, ex-cop Nick Sharman has lived in ‘exile’ on a Caribbean island with no UK extradition treaty – his life of luxury funded by the proceeds of a bank robbery where he was the last man standing. His serial hero, Nick Sharman, who appears in Take the A-Train, has featured in a Carlton TV series, starring Clive Owen, before he went on to become a Hollywood superstar.

Mark Timlin is the author of more than 30 novels, including All the Empty Places, Answers from the Grave, and Stay Another Day, as well as. .His Nick Sharman novels were made into a television series starring Clive Owen.

Mark Timlin is the author of more than 30 novels, including All the Empty Places, Answers from the Grave, and Stay Another Day, as well as Gangsters’ Wives and Lipstick Killers under the pseudonym Lee Martin. When you are an ex-cop and an ex-doper scratching a living as a private investigator in the unromantic streets of south London, you take what you can get.

Stay Another Day" is Mark Timlin's first Nick Sharman novel in seven years. Sharman, for his part, has spent the intervening time in exile on a Caribbean island doing essentially nothing. Unsurprisingly, he has lost his edge. This book is a pale shadow of the best in its series. Stay Another Day" is thinnly plotted. The story revolves around Sharman's return to London to aid his daughter, now a Detective Inspector, who has been framed for the murder of one of her confidential informants. The plot is lazy and full of implausibilities.

Stay Another Day book. It has to be said that this isn't classic Sharman - or Timlin. The plot isn't good enough and it really doesn't seem ike Timlin's heart was in the project

Stay Another Day book. Could it be the end for Nick Sharman? The latest from the Spillane. The plot isn't good enough and it really doesn't seem ike Timlin's heart was in the project. There are weaknesses where I'm sure the Timlin of the '80's would have tightened up and made stronger.

The latest from the Spillane of Brit Noir, as hardboiled as they come For seven years, ex-cop Nick Sharman has lived in "exile" on a Caribbean island, his life of luxury funded by the proceeds of a bank robbery where he was the last man standing. Mark Timlin is the author of more than 30 novels, including All the Empty Places, Answers from the Grave, Guns of Brixton, and Stay Another Day, as well as Gangsters' Wives and Lipstick Killers under the pseudonym Lee Martin. 145 printed pages. Could it be the end for Sharman? For seven years, ex-cop Nick Sharman has lived in 'exile' on a Caribbean island with no UK extradition treaty – his life of luxury funded by the proceeds of a bank robbery where he was the last man standing

Stay Another Day. Could it be the end for Sharman? For seven years, ex-cop Nick Sharman has lived in 'exile' on a Caribbean island with no UK extradition treaty – his life of luxury funded by the proceeds of a bank robbery where he was the last man standing. Then a phone call out of the blue from London changes everything. The voice from the past belongs to the only woman that he loves, his daughter Judith

Mark Timlin (born 15 June 1944, in Cheltenham) is a British author best known for his series of novels featuring Nick Sharman, a former Metropolitan Police officer who takes up the profession of private investigator in South London.

Mark Timlin (born 15 June 1944, in Cheltenham) is a British author best known for his series of novels featuring Nick Sharman, a former Metropolitan Police officer who takes up the profession of private investigator in South London. The Sharman books are characterised by their noir tone and their fast action, and feature a high casualty rate among their characters; Sharman himself is frequently injured or even hospitalised in the course of the novels.

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Late-night phone-in DJ Peter Day has managed to upset an unpleasant splinter group, not to mention a paranoid caller, John from Stockwell; and now his post contains more than the usual fanmail; nothing explosive however, so fa. About the Author: Mark Timlin is the author of more than 30 novels, including All the Empty Places, Answers from the Grave, Guns of Brixton, and Stay Another Day, as well as Gangsters’ Wives and Lipstick Killers under the pseudonym Lee Martin. Bibliographic Details.