Some nice reviews for Dead Man's Wharf from down under, the fourth in the DI Andy Horton series of crime novels

Dead Man's Wharf DI Horton crime novelTwo new book reviews have come from Australia, for Dead Man's Wharf the fourth in the DI Andy Horton series of crime novels.

"Pauline Rowson has the ability to make you want to keep reading, to find out the answers to the growing pile of questions. Those who enjoy British crime fiction will enjoy this series. The Portsmouth setting gives it a unique flavour."

"Pauline Rowson is able to develop a complex plot from seemingly simple roots. The plot keeps branching, element upon element being added, and Rowson does a good job of keeping tabs on them all."

Dead Man's Wharf by Pauline Rowson
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. As if this isn't enough, Horton also has to deal 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. Soon, to his surprise, 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.

Available in paperback
ISBN 9780955098253
352 pages
Also available as an unabridged audio book, e book, Kindle, Large Print.

From all good bookstores, on line and available on loan from libraries in the UK, USA and the Commonwealth.


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