Pauline Rowson talking to Julian Clegg BBC Radio Solent about crime fiction, CSI Portsmouth and DI Andy Horton in China

Great talking to Julian Clegg on BBC Radio Solent this morning (14 October 2013).  We talked about the publication of the new DI Andy Horton novel Death Surge, which is now available in the UK and Commonwealth and which will be published in the USA on 1 January.

Pauline Rowson talking to Julian Clegg BBC Radio Solent 14 October 2013

Along with this the focus on the Julian Clegg show this week is doing business in China, so we chatted about how the DI Andy Horton series is being published in China this year. Julian asked if I'd been invited over to China to sign copies of my novels, not yet but who knows perhaps sometime in the future maybe!

Pauline Rowson and Julian Clegg in the BBC studios Southampton

We also discussed the forthcoming CSI Portsmouth event on Saturday 2 November at the National Museum for the Royal Navy in Portsmouth Historic Dockyard, where crime fiction meets crime fact.  We have some great crime authors lined up with crime experts and police, including a forensic toxicologist and drugs intelligence officer. For the full programme and details of the panellists and to book visit CSI Portsmouth

Pauline Rowson with Sam Fraser  presenter of the early morning programme on BBC Radio Solent

My next radio interview is on Thursday 24 October, 8pm - 9pm when I'll be talking to Chris Pearce on Express FM

Death Surge, the tenth in the series is published by Severn House Publishers and is available on line, at all UK bookshops and for loan in UK libraries.  American readers will have to wait a little longer before getting another dose of DI Andy Horton.  Death Surge will be published in the USA on 1 January 2014.

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