Thursday, August 28, 2014

Celebrating A New Vic Fallon Release For Tim Smith


Vic Fallon Book 3

A tough private eye gets involved with a blonde beauty in a search for her missing husband—but how many more wives are waiting in the wings?

Former cop Vic Fallon is content to live in Sandusky, Ohio, on his disability settlement and take the occasional private eye job when he isn’t fishing. He doesn’t really want to get involved in a missing persons case, but when Amy Bergen arrives from Tennessee looking for her estranged husband who’s avoiding divorce court, Vic is taken in by her southern charm and agrees to help her. His search brings him into contact with a local gangster wannabe, a crooked cop and a gambling syndicate. When another woman shows up claiming to be the missing man’s wife, the case takes a bizarre turn. Can Vic find the wayward husband before all of his wives catch up with him? Will his feelings for Amy develop into something more than professional?


Tim Smith is an award-winning bestselling author whose books range from romantic mystery/thrillers to contemporary erotic romance. He is also a freelance photographer. When he isn’t pursuing those two careers, he can be found in the Florida Keys, indulging in his passion for parasailing between research and seeking out the perfect Mojito.


WIN - Leave a comment for Tim and your name goes in the hat for a copy of his first Vic Fallon release, THE BUNDLE.  Please leave your email address so we can contact you if you are Tim's winner!


  1. Congrats on the new Vic Fallon release, Tim, and thanks for the giveaway!

    I love your Vic Fallon series, can you tell us what inspired you to bring Vic to life?

    Here's to THE DIRTY BLONDE (love that title, btw!) being another bestseller for you! Best of luck and have fun with another stop on your blog tour!

  2. Congratulations on your new release!!

    A great opportunity to start at the beginning of the series thank you.


  3. I was inspired to bring Vic Fallon to life through my love of the pulp fiction private eye stories of Raymond Chandler, Mickey Spillane, etc. I also enjoy old B-movie film noir crime capers and wanted to bring that style into modern times with current plots. I hope I succeeded.

    Tim Smith