Three great reviews for latest DI Andy Horton, Undercurrent, from the USA.



Undercurrent has been published in the USA and has also been released as an e book.  The ninth in the DI Andy Horton series set on the South Coast of England, in the Solent area of Portsmouth and the Isle of Wight has received reviews from top US book magazines, Publishers Weekly, Booklist and Kirkus.


"In British author Rowson’s sturdy ninth police procedural featuring Det. Insp. Andy Horton, Rowson successfully pilots the complex storyline, filled with wild speculations and a slew of suspects, to a fitting conclusion." Publishers Weekly

"As usual, Rowson offers up a thorny, multifaceted plot; a profusion of unusual twists; a likable yet complex hero; and plenty of fast-paced, knuckle-biting action." Booklist

"Another solid procedural from Rowson, with a little kick of spy stuff for the adventurous." Kirkus.

Readers can leave reviews of Undercurrent and any of my crime novels on Amazon. co.uk, Amazon.com and on Goodreads where I also have author pages.




Publishers Weekly
In British author Rowson’s sturdy ninth police procedural featuring Det. Insp. Andy Horton (after 2012’s Death Lies Beneath), Horton investigates the death of naval historian Douglas Spaulding, whose broken body was found at the bottom of a dry dock at the Portsmouth dockyards. Spaulding, who had given a public lecture earlier in the evening, evidently fell from a great height. Horton and Sgt. Cantelli, his competent sidekick, are mystified when their irascible superiors dismiss the case as a suicide. They’re further perplexed when their bosses claim that a marine archeologist, whose body turns up on a private yacht, died of natural causes. A third fatality, the bludgeoning of the last person to see Spaulding alive, is dismissed as a random mugging. Horton suspects a conspiracy, and though warned off the cases, surreptitiously pries on his own. Rowson successfully pilots the complex storyline, filled with wild speculations and a slew of suspects, to a fitting conclusion. (June)

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