Pauline Rowson talks to Julian Clegg, BBC Radio Solent about murder, forensic research and more

It was again a great treat to be on BBC Radio Solent on Monday 5 October, talking to Julian Clegg and his many thousands of early morning listeners.

You can listen to the interview here 

We talked about the new DI Andy Horton crime novel, Fatal Catch, published on 28 September 2015 by Severn House publishers and Julian, who is reading the first in the Art Marvik crime series, Silent Running, said how much he is enjoying it.



Pauline Rowson talking about her crime novels to Julian Clegg on BBC Radio Solent

Julian played an audio clip taken from a talk I gave to Romsey U3A on how I research the forensic bits for my crime novels which gave us a nice lead into the forthcoming CSI Southampton.



Pauline Rowson on air at BBC Radio Solent Julian Clegg Breakfast Show


CSI Southampton  is on Saturday 24 October. I am appearing on the morning panel with fellow crime author, Natasha Cooper  and  crime scene experts from Hampshire Police, Carolyn Lovell Head of Crime Scene Investigation Management, and Jane Aston Fingerprint Bureau Supervisor.  It's being held at theNorthguild Lecture Theatre, Central Library, Civic Centre, S014 7LW.  Tickets cost £18.00 for the day which includes a £4 reduction in the price of a book. A booking fee applies. Tickets for CSI Southampton 

I was also able to give Julian a copy of the latest DI Andy Horton novel, hot off the press.


BBC Radio Solent Julian Clegg with DI Andy Horton crime novel, Fatal Catch, and author, Pauline Rowson

You can listen the interview here

Fatal Catch the twelfth in the DI Andy Horton crime series  has been published in the UK in hardcover by Severn House Publishers. (28 September 2015).  It will be published in the USA on the 1 January 2016 and released as an ebook/Kindle on 20 December 2015

Horton is called out to examine a gruesome find by two fishermen: a human hand. Is it that of missing violent criminal Alfie Wright – or is he the killer? And where is the rest of the corpse?Soon Horton finds himself immersed in a complex case where everyone has a reason to lie and no one is who they seem. Assailed by doubts both in his personal and professional life, Horton desperately tries to keep his emotional feelings under control and his focus on his work. His instincts tell him to trust no one and believe nothing;he’s not sure though whether this time he’ll succeed …

 Fatal Catch is available from all good book retailers and for loan in UK and USA libraries.






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