What’s on in May for crime author, Pauline Rowson


May will be a month of talks and writing. It also sees the publication in the USA of Undercurrent, the ninth in the DI Andy Horton series and the release of Undercurrent as an e book.







 

Speaking engagements for May 


15 May
After dinner talk to Havant Ladies Inner Wheel at the Brookfield Hotel, Emsworth.

20 May         
Chandlers Ford U3A at  2pm 


31 May
CrimeFest Royal Marriot Hotel, Bristol

I will be appearing on a panel on 31 May at 10.10am with fellow crime authors, Ann Cleeves, Kate Ellis, J.C. Martin and Kerry Wilkinson discussing  'A Policeman Calls.'

To book visit the CrimeFest website. CrimeFest runs from 31 May to 2 June.

 You can see all my events here.  Please contact me if you would like me to speak to a group or at a library, conference or function.

Writing


During May I will also be working on the new DI Andy Horton mystery crime novel, the eleventh in the series.

Meanwhile I’m delighted that May sees the publication in the USA of the ninth in the DI Andy Horton series, Undercurrent.  Undercurrent has already received some nice reviews from the American book press.

"Rowson successfully pilots the complex storyline, filled with wild speculations and a slew of suspects, to a fitting conclusion." Publishers Weekly

"Another solid procedural from Rowson, with a little kick of spy stuff for the adventurous." Kirkus.


In May Undercurrent is also released as an e book, so readers will be able to download it and buy it from Kindle UK and Kindle USA, Nook and Kobo.  


In addition, I will continue to flesh out the main character and plot outlines of the new series I am working on.

So plenty to get on with.

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