Copies of Pauline Rowson's thriller, In Cold Daylight to give away when you sign up to the Crime Readers Association website

 The Crime Readers’ Association (CRA) is a place for crime and thriller fans to keep up to date with their favourite authors. It is a website run by the Crime Writers’ Association (CWA) the UK organisation for professional crime writers.

If you sign up to the free newsletters, you'll receive news about your favourite authors, details of events, and exclusive features from the authors you love, as well as introducing new up-and-coming talents and articles to help you if you are a budding crime writer.


This month there is an article written by me on What Makes A Good Crime Novel.

There are also a limited number of copies of one of my thrillers, In Cold Daylight to give away when you sign up to the newsletter, or share/RT on Facebook or Twitter.

If you love crime fiction then you'll love the CRA so why not join now.  

In Cold Daylight -  A fast moving thriller - by Pauline Rowson


 UK fire-fighters are dying long after they’ve reached the safety of cold daylight from the burning darkness of a blaze. Why? Marine artist Adam Greene is left to find out when his best friend, fire fighter Jack Bartholomew, is killed in a fire. Was it an accident or arson? Adam attends the funeral ready to mourn when another funeral intrudes upon his thoughts, and one he has tried very hard to forget for the last fifteen years. But before he has time to digest this, or discover the identity of the stranger stalking him, Jack’s house is ransacked. 

Unaware of the risks he is running Adam soon finds himself caught up in a mysterious and dangerous web of deceit. By exposing a secret that has lain dormant for years Adam is forced to face his own dark secrets, and as the facts reveal themselves the prospects for his survival look bleak. But Adam knows there is no turning back; he has to get to the truth no matter what the cost, even if it means his life.

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