A thank you to Dr Watson at one of the locations featured in DI Horton marine mystery crime novel, Undercurrent

This week I visited one of the locations featured in the new DI Andy Horton Mystery, Undercurrent, to thank Dr Gordon Watson of the Institute of Marine Sciences, School of Biological Sciences, Portsmouth University for his assistance with my research for the novel. It was a glorious February day as you can see from these photographs. I was delighted to give Dr Watson ( no relation to Sherlock Holmes's Watson) his signed copy.

Undercurrent is now available in hardcover in the UK published by Severn House and will be published in the USA on 1 May 2013 when it will also be available as an e book. 

Dr Gordon Watson and Pauline Rowson inside the Institute of Marine Sciences building, Portsmouth with tanks of lots of interesting sea life behind us!

Pauline Rowson and Dr Gordon Watson in one of the labs inside the Institute of Marine Sciences building, Portsmouth, which is featured in DI Andy Horton Marine Mystery crime novel, Undercurrent, overlooking Langstone Harbour in the background.

On the roof of the Institute of Marine Sciences building, Portsmouth with Langstone Harbour in the background, one of the locations in Undercurrent.

On the roof of the Institute of Marine Sciences building, Portsmouth. In the background Southsea Marina where DI Andy Horton lives on his boat.

On the shore behind the Institute of Marine Sciences building, Portsmouth.


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