Dead Man's Wharf (DI Andy Horton 4) by Pauline Rowson on the London Underground

Dead Man's Wharfthe fourth in the DI Andy Horton series, is circling the London underground for commuters to enjoy reading about the exploits of the flawed and rugged detective whose patch is Portsmouth and the Isle of Wight and the ever busy and beautiful Solent on the South Coast of England.

Dead Man's Wharf got a starred review in the USA


'Rowson turns out an exemplary procedural with the requisite plot twists, double-crosses and all loose ends tied up neatly in a sailor’s knot.' Starred Review Kirkus (USA)

The unabridged audio book version read by Gordon Griffin also got glowing reviews.

'Griffin makes us feel the pain and terror of hidden violence. It's a moving portrayal.'  D.R.W. AudioFile Magazine  2013, Portland, Maine


 
Horton and Cantelli are called to a nursing home where an elderly resident, suffering from dementia, claims she's been attacked by an intruder. Horton is ready to dismiss it as senile ramblings until he discovers that her room-mate has died, the dead woman's belongings are missing and her son, convicted for armed robbery, has been found dead in his cell. Coupled with a series of threatening telephone calls to a television personality, and a mother's conviction that her son's death on Christmas Eve was no accident, Horton finds he is caught up in a complex investigation that has far-reaching international implications. With the pressure on to find a killer, and hampered by his belief that his bosses are lying to him, Horton discovers that he's stepped into a web of intrigue, deception and corruption that stretches back into the past.

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Dear Man's Wharf  joins Footsteps on the Shore, the sixth in the DI Andy Horton series  and Tide of Death (number one in the series) on the London Underground.





Books on the Underground are books travelling around the London Underground network waiting to be read. You read the book then leave it on the underground for someone else to read.



I hope commuters, visitors and travellers on the London Underground enjoy reading these three novels in the  DI Andy Horton series,

Tide of Death was chosen by Amazon as the 'Best of Crime Fiction 2006'


It is Horton’s second day back in Portsmouth CID after being suspended on a charge of gross misconduct for eight months. Determined to prove his innocence of the charges that have wrecked his career and his marriage he finds his personal investigations sidelined when the naked body of a man is found on the beach. Aided by Sergeant Cantelli, Horton sets out to find a killer who will stop at nothing to cover his tracks. As he starts to uncover dark secrets that someone would rather not have exposed, he risks not only his career but also his life…  

Buy Tide of Death (DI Andy Horton 1) 

 

Footsteps on the Shore


'Deserves mention in the same breath as works in the upper echelon of American procedurals (those by Ed McBain or Joseph Wambaugh for example) and their British counterparts, including the work of Peter Robinson and John Harvey.  Procedural fans who haven’t already read Rowson should be encouraged to do so in the strongest possible terms.’ Booklist, Starred Review

 Friday the thirteenth begins badly for DI Andy Horton when he wakes to find his Harley has been vandalized and his boss, DCI Lorraine Bliss, has returned early from her secondment to HQ. Then, convicted murderer, Luke Felton, released on licence, is reported missing and a decomposed corpse is washed up in Portsmouth harbour. But before Horton can get a grip on either case, he’s called to a house where a woman he’d only met the day before has been brutally murdered. Is missing Luke Felton the prime suspect, or is it his body in the mud of the harbour? Horton is under pressure to get results, but things are about to get much worse for the beleaguered detective …


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