Want to know how to write a crime novel? Pauline Rowson will be at Gosport Discovery Centre 5 March 2015

I will be appearing at Gosport Discovery Centre on 5 March 2015 talking about the inspiration behind my crime novels and how I research, plot and write them. So if you love reading crime novels, or are interested in writing one then this talk will provide some great insights into the writing process.

I'll also be talking about the DI Andy Horton crime novels, recently optioned for television by top UK television production company Lime Pictures.  The DI Andy Horton novels are set against the stunning backdrop of the Solent, Portsmouth, the surrounding towns and the Isle of Wight.

Death Surge, the tenth in the series featuring the flawed and rugged sailing detective, DI Andy Horton is published in paperback on 5 March.

Death Surge, no 10 in the Solent based DI Andy Horton crime series


Death Surge is already published in hardcover and as an ebook by Severn House. It has been hailed in the USA as a "crisply written, cleverly plotted procedural with a nice twist." Booklist says, "Rowson also continues the intriguing saga of Andy’s search for the mother who disappeared in mysterious circumstances when he was a child."


A telephone call from a frantic Sergeant Cantelli to say that his nephew, Johnnie Oslow, is missing cuts short Detective Inspector Horton’s sailing trip to France. Summoned back to the Isle of Wight, Horton learns that Johnnie has not shown up for racing during Cowes Week, as previously arranged. The investigation is ranked low priority until the charred remains of a body are discovered in one of the disused tunnels at the Hilsea Lines in Portsmouth. What began as the hunt for a missing man becomes the search for a ruthless killer.

Crime author, Pauline Rowson at the Gosport Discovery Centre, Hampshire on 5 March 2015,  7.30pm. Tickets cost £4.00 and are available from the Gosport Discovery Centre.  Click here to book and for more details.

Hope to see some of you there!

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