Thanks to the National Museum of the Royal Navy Portsmouth for help with research for Undercurrent, DI Horton (9)

The new DI Andy Horton, number nine in the series, called Undercurrent, is set against the backdrop of the sea in the Solent area on the South Coast of England.  In this crime novel DI Horton has a new mystery to solve as well as continuing with the search for the truth surrounding the disappearance of his mother over thirty years ago.

Undercurrent is set in July around Portsmouth's Historic Dockyard, at Gunwharf Quays - which is renamed Oyster Quays in the Horton novels - and around Langstone Harbour.

My grateful thanks to Rowannah Martin-Cottee and Heather Johnson of the National Museum of the Royal Navy Portsmouth who helped me with the research for this novel and for answering my numerous questions.

I was very pleased to present them both with signed copies of Undercurrent last week.  Heather works in the library of the National Museum of the Royal Navy and Rowannah in the museum itself and is responsible for the corporate events held there.


Heather Johnson (left) and Pauline Rowson


Rowannah Martin-Cottee and Pauline Rowson

Pauline signing for Rowannah in the Princess Royal Gallery

Pauline signing for Heather in the library

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