Tickets are now on sale for Pauline Rowson's crime time event at the Isle of Wight Festival

Tickets are now on sale for my event at the exciting and vibrant Isle of Wight Festival in April. You can read about my event and other events taking place over the weekend of 15-17 April at Ventnor on the Isle of Wight on the website, but below is a taster.

"Murder, treachery, deceit and betrayal set against the backdrop of the south coast and the Solent? It must be another case for DI Andy Horton. His creator, novelist Pauline Rowson, combines her fascination with mystery and adventure with a love of the sea and in doing so has created a whole new genre of crime fiction – the marine mystery.

Her rugged and flawed hero from Portsmouth CID not only has complex and bloody crimes to solve, he has his demons to face from his own past and is battling for access to his daughter. Pauline will reveal what inspires her and how she researches and writes her novels at Isle of Arts on Sunday 17 April at 4pm."



For tickets visit the online box office: http://artsisle.org/tickets or via the telephone hotline 01983 862596 (open Monday to Friday, 10am-4pm).




Other events include American TV comic Rich Hall, the Hamsters blues band, Edward Fox’s one-man interpretation of the witty characters from Anthony Trollope’s Barchester Chronicles, and an evening with film guru Barry Norman.

The festival will be supported by exhibitions and cultural events, including arts, photography, comedy, drama, film and literature. It runs from April 15 to 17.

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