Timberdick's First Case

By Malcolm Noble

Crime & mystery | Paperback


In 1963 Timberdick worked the pavements of Goodladies Road, where the men had bad ideas and the women should have known better. When the local CID loses interest in the murder of a young prostitute, Timberdick takes the case on. As her investigation gathers pace, she feels increasingly worthless, and asks herself if solving this murder will make any difference...




"This is parochial policing at its best" says The Shropshire Star. Malcolm Noble was voted into the Top Forty Favourite Historical Novelists for 2013 (HNS) and has repeatedly been in the top 20% of authors borrowed from UK libraries. As a young man, Malcolm Noble served in the Hampshire Police, a chapter in his life that provides some background to his crime fiction. He has written eleven detective novels (and one play) that follow the characters from the 1920s through to the 1960s Press reviews have emphasised the author's sense of place and atmosphere, his strong characterisation and first rate storytelling. Malcolm Noble lives in Market Harborough where he and his wife run a secondhand bookshop. Keep up to date with malcolmnoble.com, the Facebook page "Malcolm Noble's Timberdick Mysteries" and a twitter account @MalcNoble. His YouTube channel is MalcNoble, which includes regular chats about crime fiction classics.


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"This is parochial policing at its best" says The Shropshire Star. Malcolm Noble was voted into the Top Forty Favourite Historical Novelists for 2013 (HNS) and has repeatedly been in the top 20% of authors borrowed from UK libraries. As a young man, Malcolm Noble served in the Hampshire Police, a chapter in his life that provides some background to his crime fiction. He has written eleven detec...


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