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Friday, 29 August 2014

Vote now for your favourite crime author and the chance to win £200 worth of crime novels

Closing deadline 1 September

The CWA (Crime Writers' Association) and Penguin Random House’s Dead Good crime community are sponsoring  the 2014 Dagger in the Library Award and the chance to  win £200 worth of books.

The Dagger in the Library is one of six highly prized CWA Dagger Awards, which have been awarded to crime writers since 1955. It offers a chance for readers to nominate their favourite British crime fiction authors.

The Dagger in the Library is awarded not for an individual book but for the author’s body of work to date. Previous winners of the CWA Dagger in the Library award include Belinda Bauer, Steve Mosby, Mo Hayder, Colin Cotterill, Stuart MacBride and Alexander McCall Smith.

Nominated authors should have published at least three books. To nominate an author, simply fill in the nomination form on line. You can nominate up to 3 authors.

Voters will automatically be entered into a prize draw to win £200 worth of crime books. Nominations close on September 1st 2014.


If you like the DI Andy Horton crime novels and my thrillers I'd be delighted if you could incude my name as one of your nominations.

Vote Here


Thursday, 28 August 2014

Like the DI Andy Horton crime novels? Then nominate Pauline Rowson crime author for CWA’s Dagger in the Library award and win £200 worth of books

The CWA (Crime Writers' Association) and Penguin Random House’s Dead Good crime community are sponsoring  the 2014 Dagger in the Library Award and the chance to  win £200 worth of books.

The Dagger in the Library is one of six highly prized CWA Dagger Awards, which have been awarded to crime writers since 1955. It offers a chance for readers to nominate their favourite British crime fiction authors.

The Dagger in the Library is awarded not for an individual book but for the author’s body of work to date. Previous winners of the CWA Dagger in the Library award include Belinda Bauer, Steve Mosby, Mo Hayder, Colin Cotterill, Stuart MacBride and Alexander McCall Smith.

Nominated authors should have published at least three books. To nominate an author, simply fill in the nomination form on line. You can nominate up to 3 authors.

Voters will automatically be entered into a prize draw to win £200 worth of crime books. Nominations close on September 1st 2014.


If you like the DI Andy Horton crime novels and my thrillers I'd be delighted if you could incude my name as one of your nominations.

Vote Here



Nominate an author for CWA’s Dagger in the Library award and win £200 worth of books

By DAadmin
We are delighted to sponsor The Crime Writer’s Association’s (CWA) 2014 Dagger in the Library Award and to provide an extra incentive because we know how much you love crime fiction… a chance to win £200 worth of books*.
The Dagger in the Library is one of six highly prized CWA Dagger Awards, which have been awarded to crime writers since 1955. It is a unique literary award in that it offers a chance for readers to nominate their favourite British crime fiction authors. Nominations close on September 1st 2014 and the Dagger winner will be chosen by a panel including previous winners, CWA representatives and UK librarians. The Dagger in the Library is awarded not for an individual book but for the author’s body of work to date and helps emerging authors gain deserved recognition and publicity for their writing. Previous winners of the CWA Dagger in the Library award include Belinda Bauer, Steve Mosby, Mo Hayder, Colin Cotterill, Stuart MacBride and Alexander McCall Smith.
Don’t forget to vote, your favourite crime author needs YOU! As the award is for a body of work, nominated authors should have published at least three books. To nominate an author, simply fill in the nomination form below. You can nominate up to 3 authors. Voters will automatically be entered into a prize draw to win £200 worth of crime books. Nominations close on September 1st 2014 and the Dagger winner will be chosen by a panel including previous winner Steve Mosby, CWA Director Lucy Santos and UK librarians.
- See more at: http://www.deadgoodbooks.co.uk/index.php/dagger/#sthash.inI6BVXE.dpuf

Nominate an author for CWA’s Dagger in the Library award and win £200 worth of books

By DAadmin
We are delighted to sponsor The Crime Writer’s Association’s (CWA) 2014 Dagger in the Library Award and to provide an extra incentive because we know how much you love crime fiction… a chance to win £200 worth of books*.
The Dagger in the Library is one of six highly prized CWA Dagger Awards, which have been awarded to crime writers since 1955. It is a unique literary award in that it offers a chance for readers to nominate their favourite British crime fiction authors. Nominations close on September 1st 2014 and the Dagger winner will be chosen by a panel including previous winners, CWA representatives and UK librarians. The Dagger in the Library is awarded not for an individual book but for the author’s body of work to date and helps emerging authors gain deserved recognition and publicity for their writing. Previous winners of the CWA Dagger in the Library award include Belinda Bauer, Steve Mosby, Mo Hayder, Colin Cotterill, Stuart MacBride and Alexander McCall Smith.
Don’t forget to vote, your favourite crime author needs YOU! As the award is for a body of work, nominated authors should have published at least three books. To nominate an author, simply fill in the nomination form below. You can nominate up to 3 authors. Voters will automatically be entered into a prize draw to win £200 worth of crime books. Nominations close on September 1st 2014 and the Dagger winner will be chosen by a panel including previous winner Steve Mosby, CWA Director Lucy Santos and UK librarians.
- See more at: http://www.deadgoodbooks.co.uk/index.php/dagger/#sthash.inI6BVXE.dpuf

Nominate an author for CWA’s Dagger in the Library award and win £200 worth of books

By DAadmin
We are delighted to sponsor The Crime Writer’s Association’s (CWA) 2014 Dagger in the Library Award and to provide an extra incentive because we know how much you love crime fiction… a chance to win £200 worth of books*.
The Dagger in the Library is one of six highly prized CWA Dagger Awards, which have been awarded to crime writers since 1955. It is a unique literary award in that it offers a chance for readers to nominate their favourite British crime fiction authors. Nominations close on September 1st 2014 and the Dagger winner will be chosen by a panel including previous winners, CWA representatives and UK librarians. The Dagger in the Library is awarded not for an individual book but for the author’s body of work to date and helps emerging authors gain deserved recognition and publicity for their writing. Previous winners of the CWA Dagger in the Library award include Belinda Bauer, Steve Mosby, Mo Hayder, Colin Cotterill, Stuart MacBride and Alexander McCall Smith.
Don’t forget to vote, your favourite crime author needs YOU! As the award is for a body of work, nominated authors should have published at least three books. To nominate an author, simply fill in the nomination form below. You can nominate up to 3 authors. Voters will automatically be entered into a prize draw to win £200 worth of crime books. Nominations close on September 1st 2014 and the Dagger winner will be chosen by a panel including previous winner Steve Mosby, CWA Director Lucy Santos and UK librarians.
- See more at: http://www.deadgoodbooks.co.uk/index.php/dagger/#sthash.inI6BVXE.dpuf

Nominate an author for CWA’s Dagger in the Library award and win £200 worth of books

By DAadmin
We are delighted to sponsor The Crime Writer’s Association’s (CWA) 2014 Dagger in the Library Award and to provide an extra incentive because we know how much you love crime fiction… a chance to win £200 worth of books*.
The Dagger in the Library is one of six highly prized CWA Dagger Awards, which have been awarded to crime writers since 1955. It is a unique literary award in that it offers a chance for readers to nominate their favourite British crime fiction authors. Nominations close on September 1st 2014 and the Dagger winner will be chosen by a panel including previous winners, CWA representatives and UK librarians. The Dagger in the Library is awarded not for an individual book but for the author’s body of work to date and helps emerging authors gain deserved recognition and publicity for their writing. Previous winners of the CWA Dagger in the Library award include Belinda Bauer, Steve Mosby, Mo Hayder, Colin Cotterill, Stuart MacBride and Alexander McCall Smith.
Don’t forget to vote, your favourite crime author needs YOU! As the award is for a body of work, nominated authors should have published at least three books. To nominate an author, simply fill in the nomination form below. You can nominate up to 3 authors. Voters will automatically be entered into a prize draw to win £200 worth of crime books. Nominations close on September 1st 2014 and the Dagger winner will be chosen by a panel including previous winner Steve Mosby, CWA Director Lucy Santos and UK librarians.
- See more at: http://www.deadgoodbooks.co.uk/index.php/dagger/#sthash.inI6BVXE.dpuf

Wednesday, 27 August 2014

Fancy a taster of DI Andy Horton Mystery Crime Novels by Pauline Rowson - watch two brand new trailers

Two new trailers have been uploaded to my You Tube Channel.

Tide of Death - the first in the DI Andy Horton Series





The Suffocating Sea - the third in the DI Andy Horton series  


Tuesday, 26 August 2014

Six days left to buy The Suffocating Sea at £1.99 or $3.34 on Amazon Kindle offer ends 31 August

As Horton is forced to confront his past he's faced with a dangerous adversary who will stop at nothing to prevent the truth from coming out...


The third in the DI Horton series (currently eleven) set on the South Coast of England in Portsmouth and the Isle of Wight.

DI Horton is called to investigate a suspicious fire on board a boat, but as soon as he arrives at the marina he experiences a premonition so strong that it’s almost audible. As he views the charred remains of the dead man he knows instinctively that this investigation will be like no other. Soon Horton is forced to confront the past, not just the victim’s, but the mystery surrounding his mother’s disappearance over thirty years ago. As the pieces of a long ago puzzle begin to unravel, it becomes clear to Horton that this is one case someone is determined he should never solve, masterminded by a dangerous adversary who will stop at nothing to prevent the truth from coming out...


The Suffocating Sea just £1.99 or $3.34 on Amazon Kindle offer ends 31 August


Selected as the "Best of British Crime Fiction" by The Book Depository

"A gripping, suspense-filled murder case...an entertaining read in an engaging series..." Booklist

"A nicely complex plot." Kirkus Reviews

Watch the trailer


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Friday, 22 August 2014

August Bank Holiday Treat - The first DI Andy Horton now on Special Kindle Offer £2.99 /$4.99

Tide of Death, the first in the DI Andy Horton crime series, opens on a foggy August Bank Holiday Monday in England on a pebbled beach in Portsmouth where Horton makes a gruesome discovery.

And to mark the occasion Tide of Death is on a special Kindle price promotion from 23- 26 August only.  £2.99 UK or $4.99   USA



It's a foggy August Bank Holiday Monday and DI Andy Horton's second day back in CID following an eight month suspension on a charge of gross misconduct.


Horton has a point to prove - he's still a good cop


Determined to prove his innocence of the charges that have wrecked his career and his marriage he finds his personal investigations sidelined when the naked body of a man is found on the beach. Aided by Sergeant Cantelli, Horton sets out to find a killer who will stop at nothing to cover his tracks. As he starts to uncover dark secrets that someone would rather not have exposed, he risks not only his career but also his life…



Chosen by Amazon as the 'Best of Crime Fiction 2006'


Watch the trailer


 

Buy Tide of Death on Amazon UK


Buy Tide of Death on Amazon USA

 

Also available for loan in libraries in the UK, Commonwealth and the USA.

Thursday, 21 August 2014

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