Win two signed copies of Pauline Rowson's latest crime novels - enter Portsmouth International Port's free prize draw

With the Portsmouth International Port’s 40th anniversary celebrations underway, why not delve into the adventures of DI Andy Horton and Art Marvik?

The Portsmouth International Port is offering the chance to win a signed hardcover copy of the latest DI Andy Horton, Fatal Catch, and the new marine crime novel featuring former Royal Marine Commando turned marine investigator, Art Marvik, Dangerous Cargo.





The Portsmouth International Port, owned and operated by Portsmouth City Council, has grown extensively since its formation in 1976 when initially it offered  just one route to France from a small section of reclaimed harbour front. Now it is known as Britain’s Best Connected Port with more destinations than any  other UK Port. The  Port is also a key destination for fresh fruit and vegetables from all over the  world.

Four decades since the first ferries departed from France the Portsmouth International Port has seen 90 million passengers, 25.5 million passenger vehicles and 8.5 million units of freight come and go to Europe on 135,000 ferry crossings. That's a lot of traffic!

Enter the prize draw and the chance to win a signed hardcover copy of the latest DI Andy Horton, Fatal Catch, and the new marine crime novel featuring former Royal Marine Commando turned marine investigator, Art Marvik, Dangerous Cargo.

You can also read the article about crime author Pauline Rowson on the Portsmouth International Port's website.

Enter the free prize draw.



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