Case Files, the brand new e zine from the Crime Readers' Association features the low down on Pauline Rowson

Case Files, the brand new ezine from Crime Readers’ Association has been launched. It features novels and articles written by members of the Crime Writers’ Association. The first issue takes crime fiction fans from stormy Scottish oceans to the more tranquil seas off England’s south coast - although DI Andy Horton might not agree with that as he fights crime on the streets of Portsmouth and across the coast on the Isle of Wight! In ‘The Low Down’ you can read a little more about me and my fellow crime writer, Bill Kirton.

You can read Case Files on the Crime Readers's Association web site and you can also subscribe to receive future ezines.

Don't forget you have until 31 March to nominate your favourite British Crime Writer for the CWA Dagger in the Library Award. 

Readers and librarians can nominate their favourite crime author for the  Crime Writers' Association (CWA) Dagger in the Library Award 2012.
I was delighted to reach the long list in 2008 and would be chuffed if I was again nominated this year. You can nominate any of your three favourite crime authors between now and 31st March 2012. Nomination forms may be downloaded from the CWA website or ask at your local library.

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