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Tim Adler Author

We’ve launched the new website for author – Tim Adler

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Tim Adler Author

Tim Adler is an author and commissioning editor on The Daily Telegraph, who has written for the Financial Times and The Times plus many more.

Tim Adler’s latest thriller book is called – Hold Still.  This is available available to buy on Amazon UK and US, and WH Smith has also selected it for special promotion.

  • His debut e-thriller – Slow Bleed – went to number #1 in the US Amazon Kindle psychological thriller chart.
  • Crime Book Club made it a Book of the Month.
  • made its follow-up – Surrogate – a Book of the Month.


We designed and built Tim a new responsive website which showcases some of the books he has written. The site also allows people to purchase the books through Amazon UK and US.

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  • Website design and build
  • Branding
  • Responsive to work on desktops, tablets and mobiles
  • Search Engine Optimisation (SEO)
  • Social Media

Tim Adler Author Website Launches!

By Web Design, Web Design Richmond, Web Design UK

The Web Surgery have just launched the new website for the author, Tim Adler.

Tim Adler is an author and freelance journalist, who has written for the Financial Times, The Times and the Daily Telegraph and regularly features as a pundit on BBC Radio 4’s Today, BBC Breakfast and Sky News. He writes for Broadcast and Screen International, as well as other trade magazines and national newspapers.

Tim is former London Editor of Deadline Hollywood, the entertainment business news website. Before that, he edited film trade magazine Screen Finance — described by the London Evening Standard as “highly influential” – as well as TV business magazine New Media Markets.

Tim’s website can be found at – where you can find out more about his latest book – The House Of Redgrave. Aurum is due to publish The House of Redgrave, a family biography of the acting dynasty, shortly. Tim’s first book, The Producers: Money, Movies and Who Really Calls the Shots, was published in 2004. Bloomsbury published its follow-up Hollywood and the Mob, an exposé of how the Mafia has corrupted the movie industry. The Mail On Sunday made it Book of the Week while the Daily Mail picked it Critic’s Choice.

If you would like to find out more and purchase one of his books then please go to