A huge police search operation for a missing child, a suicidal mortuary attendant, a hapless band of bottom-feeding dope smugglers, a displaced Cold War spy with a yearning for the old days and a house with unspeakable secrets – just some of the stories you’ll find in THIN MEN, PAPER SUITS, a brand new eBook collection of 9 short stories by Sussex maniac Tin Larrick – available FREE for all formats.
Darkly humorous (well, in parts), more than a little profane, largely criminal and peppered with twists, THIN MEN, PAPER SUITS is ideal for the commute, the dentist’s waiting room, the rainy Sunday or the interminable hours spent waiting in the car for teenage offspring.
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BLURBS IN TEN WORDS:
THIN MEN, PAPER SUITS
Five friends dust off a childhood pact to seek revenge
Obsession and desperation collide when a battered wife escapes torment
Espionage, double-crosses and curry in this ‘frilling French farce
A visitor calls – and a dream home becomes a nightmare
Low tide turns despairing reflection into a battle for survival
MR SOLITAIRE (**WARNING - SERIOUSLY ADULT CONTENT**)
Fear and loathing in Amsterdam when dope dealing goes wrong
A missing girl sparks a huge search in Friston Forest
THE £50,000 SIGNATURE
Two warring families resort to drastic measures in the courtroom
DETECTIVE AT THE DOOR
What would you do – and maybe give up – for love?
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About the Author
"Tin Larrick is the most exciting thing to come out of Eastbourne since the 05.43 to Victoria..." PSYCHOPATHS' WEEKLY Take James Ellroy, Colin Bateman, Graham Hurley, Joseph Wambaugh, Michael Connelly and Ed McBain, chuck them in a blender, add vodka, tomato juice and some neon twists and you will find yourself through the looking-glass with former cop and Sussex maniac Tin Larrick. Authentic police procedurals, dark and snaky plots, seaside noir, troubled-but-colourful cast members and a medium-rare underbelly, Larrick's stories stay rooted in the mind long after closing time. I am crime fiction's stray bullet. Bite me...