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Today I am kicking off the blog tour for Dead Already by Tim Adler. This is due for release on the 19th of November, published by Caffeine Nights Publishing.

Book Details

Dead Already by Tim Adler
Release Date: 19th of November 2020
Format: Digital & Paperback
Print Length: 263 pages
Genre: Psychological Thriller
Publisher: Caffeine Nights Publishing
Buy Links:
|  Amazon AU |  Amazon US |  Amazon UK  | Waterstones | Foyles |

Book Blurb

What if someone you accidentally killed came back to haunt you? 

When the perfect crime results in the kidnap and murder of Megan, his only child, East End villain Mickey Speight is grief stricken. But now, nearly thirty years later, Megan sends a message to her father, gone-to-ground in present-day Margate. 

As the messages from his dead daughter keep coming, Mickey teams up with a young American female therapist to discover whether this really is a voice from beyond the grave, or if somebody has loomed out of Mickey s past wanting revenge. Someone is fingering Mickey’s collar and Mickey doesn’t like it. 

Mickey realises that he must haunt the old East End boozers, betting shops and strip clubs of his youth if he’s to find out what really happened to his daughter. 

DEAD ALREADY is a psychological thriller that splices the ever- popular East End gangster genre with a ghost story; a cross between revenge thriller YOU WERE NEVER REALLY HERE and supernatural horror DON T LOOK NOW.

Dead Already by Tim Adler is an interesting story that drew me towards it with it’s unusual mix of a genres. I have never read a story that is East End gangland related crossed with a supernatural thriller, so this definitely sparked my curiosity.

The story has been very well plotted and executed and through writing that is so vivid, brings everything to life perfectly. The characters have been created to be realistic and they are all believable in the roles they have been given to play. 

This is the first book I have read from Tim Adler and it was a good one as an introduction to his work. The writing is engaging, the narrative is sharp and he definitely knows how to get and keep a readers attention.

All up, Dead Already is a thrilling read to lose yourself in. It is intense, gripping and will have you completely caught up in the drama of it all. I throughly enjoyed Dead Already and will be looking to read more from Tim Adler going forward.

Thank you to Tim Adler and Emma Welton for allowing me to read an advanced copy of Dead Already, which I have reviewed honestly and voluntarily.

 This review will be added to, Goodreads, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Tumblr, Amazon Australia & Amazon US. I will also add to NetGalley, Apple Books, Kobo, Google Play, Barnes & Noble & Waterstones if available. As I am from Australia, I am unable to add to Amazon UK.

 

Dead Already Blog Tour

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also thought about Dead Already.

Let’s Get to Know Tim Adler

Tim Adler is a journalist and former commissioning editor on the Daily Telegraph, who has also written for the Financial Times and The Times.

His debut self-published thriller Slow Bleed went to number one in the US Amazon Kindle psychological thriller chart. Its follow-up Surrogate stayed in the top 40 psychological thrillers for more than a year. Bestselling crime author Peter James said of Tim’s third novel Hold Still, “Adler’s engaging style and sharp pace kept me glued”.

The Sunday Times called Tim’s most recent nonfiction book The House of Redgrave “compulsively readable” while The Mail On Sunday called it “dazzling”. Tim’s previous book Hollywood and the Mob was Book of the Week in The Mail On Sunday and Critic’s Choice in the Daily Mail.

Tim is a former London Editor of Deadline Hollywood, the US entertainment news website.

Stay up to date with Tim Adler’s work by visiting his website and following him on these social media accounts.

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Blog Tour Organiser

Thank-you to Emma from damppebbles blog tours for the spot on the Dead Already blog tour, the promotional materials and a copy of the ebook.

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  1. Thanks for being a part of the blog tour x

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