Tim Walker is an independent author based in the UK.
His latest book is Postcards from London - a book of short stories that takes the reader on a journey to London's past, present and imagined future. This follows an historical fiction novel, Ambrosius: Last of the Romans, set in Britain in the fifth century, published in February 2017. This is book two in a series - A Light in the Dark Ages - and follows on from book one, Abandoned! Both titles have been selling well since their re-launches in April 2017 with new content and covers.
He lives in Datchet Village, near Windsor, beside the River Thames, the inspiration for his book of short stories, Thames Valley Tales.
His near-future thriller novel, Devil Gate Dawn, received pre-publication exposure on the Kindle Scout programme in March/April 2016, and has found a readership due to its dystopian predictions of a post-Brexit Britain beset by political turmoil, under attack from terrorist groups, with King Charles III ruling, and a portrayal of Trump America.
In early 2017 he published his first children's book, co-authored with his daughter, Cathy - The Adventures of Charly Holmes.