Tim is from Louisiana and has lived all over Houston, Los Angeles, San Francisco, New Orleans, Chicago, and Milan, Italy where the inspiration for The Strange Case of Eliza Doolittle began. He’s probably the only bartender to have worked in the French Quarter of New Orealns, San Francisco’s Fisherman’s Wharf and the Navy Pier in Chicago.

His debut novel THE STRANGE CASE OF ELIZA DOOLITTLE is a Sherlock Holmes pastiche that merges Conan Doyle’s characters with ones from George Bernard Shaw’s Pygmalion.

I enjoyed chatting with Tim about his bartending days, the 30-years in the making that was THE STRANGE CASE OF ELIZA DOOLITTLE, about writing mysteries with iconic character like Sherlock Holmes and a lot more so stay tuned for that interview coming right up.

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Author mentions: Lyndsay Faye, G.K. Chesterton, P. G. Wodehouse, Arthur Conan Doyle, Charles Dickens, P.D. James.

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I write thriller and crime fiction novels and host the Meet the Thriller Author podcast where I interview authors of mystery, thriller, and suspense books.

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