Tim Weaver is the author of 13 novels, including the David Raker mysteries You Were Gone, No One Home and this year's The Blackbird. He's also written the standalone, Missing Pieces, as well as the unique, limited edition collection, The Shadow at the Door.
Hopefully, you might have heard of some of his books –– or, even better, read them and enjoyed them. They have, over time, twice been selected for the Richard and Judy Book Club, shortlisted for a National Book Award, and been nominated for both the Crime Writers' Association Dagger in the Library and Ian Fleming Steel Dagger awards. Oh, and –– thanks to the amazing support of readers like you –– they've also been Sunday Times Top 3 bestsellers and number ones on Kindle, iBooks and Audible. As well as all of that, Tim is also busy developing an original TV series alongside one of the UK's biggest, most respected drama teams.
Away from writing, he lives in Bath, home to overpriced real estate and Georgian terraces, and he's lucky enough to write full-time, allowing him to build his day around the things he does best: staring out of the window, and making endless cups of tea. If you want to find out more about Tim and his novels, just scroll down…
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Who is David Raker?
This is kind of a biggie if you've never read any of Tim's books –– or even if you have.
Lost People, Lost Places
Alongside the release of What Remains, Tim wrote a piece, 'Lost People, Lost Places' about his fascination with abandoned places, and how they run in parallel to David Raker's hunt for the missing. You might like it.
My Bookish Ways
Here, Tim introduces U.S. readers to the world of David Raker.
Richard and Judy Book Club – My Top 10 Thrillers
"I wonder what Tim's top 10 thrillers OF HIS LIFETIME are," you've probably spent zero minutes of your life thinking. But anyway! That didn't stop him writing something for the Richard and Judy Book Club about just that. And, as you'll see if you click the link, he breaks his own rules straight off the bat. Poor show by him.