Slide show - CSI Portsmouth 2013 in pictures

I've put together a slide show from  CSI Portsmouth 2013. This is also on my You Tube Channel along with several videos and interviews.

Hope you enjoy a glimpse at CSI Portsmouth 2013 where crime fiction met crime fact on 2 November 2013 and if you like the look of what you see why not make a note in your diary to join us for CSI Portsmouth 2014 on Saturday8 November.  For more details about CSI Portsmouth visit my website.


About CSI Portsmouth

CSI Portsmouth  was first launched in 2010 and is the brainchild of Pauline Rowson, author of the DI Andy Horton series of crime novels, who organises the event with Portsmouth City Council Library Service and the Hayling Island Bookshop. Part of Portsmouth BookFest it is fast becoming a major fixture in the crime fiction festival calendar.

Crime authors who have appeared at CSI Portsmouth include: Mark Billingham,Simon Brett, Stephen Booth, Ann Cleeves, Graham Hurley, John Harvey, Matt Hilton, June Hampson, Michael Ridpath, Peter Lovesey, and Pauline Rowson.

Crime experts have included members from Hampshire police major crime team, fire investigation officers, scene of crime officers, the hi-tech unit, fingerprint bureau, as well as experts from the Universities of Portsmouth and Surrey on fraud, stalking, forensic psychology. 

With grateful thanks to the supporters of CSI Portsmouth 2013

 The National Museum of the Royal Navy in Portsmouth's Historic Dockyard, one of Britain’s oldest maritime museums, for the use of its superb venue and for assisting Pauline Rowson with her research for the DI Andy Horton novel, Undercurrent, which is set in and around the Museum and around the Portsmouth Historic Dockyard. 

Also thanks to this year's sponsor, publisher, Bello, an imprint of Pan Macmillan, that brings lost classics back to life, including many crime classics.


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