March sees the launch of the latest Andy Horton detective novel, plus talks, radio interview and writing
March sees the publication of the brand new Andy Horton police procedural, Lethal Waves, the thirteenth in the series to feature my flawed and rugged detective.
Lethal Waves, by Pauline Rowson an Andy Horton Mystery
March also sees the publication of Dangerous Cargo in large print. Dangerous Cargo is the second in the series featuring former Royal Marine Commando, Art Marvik, now attached undercover to the National Intelligence Marine Squad (NIMS).
Dangerous Cargo, an Art Marvik Marine Mystery by Pauline Rowson
Talks and radio interviewOn Saturday 4 March 2017 I will be teaming up with Graham Hurley in a event called "Portsmouth Coppers" where Graham and I will be cross examined by former criminal barrister and crime author Diana Bretherick about why we set our crime novels in Portsmouth and what is it about the waterfront city that holds such fascination for us and our fictional detectives. It is being held at Portsmouth City Library an is part of the annual Portsmouth BookFest.
On Tuesday 7 March I will once again be on BBC Radio Solent talking to Julian Clegg on his very popular breakfast show about the launch of Lethal Waves and crime writing. Tune in if you can to BBC Radio Solent at 96.1FM, 103.8FM and Digital, or catch the interview after the show on BBC iplayer. I also hope to have a transmission of it here on the website.
8 March 2017 - Lyndhurst U3A, Hampshire 2.30pm
On the 8 March I will be guest speaker,entertaining members of Lyndhurst U3A with tales of murder, mystery and mayhem.
WritingIn March I will be continue to write the fourth in the Marvik marine mystery series, before returning to Andy Horton, no. 14.
There will be lots more happening in March, particularly with the publication of Lethal Waves so do check back with my blog or on my website to see what else is in store.
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