Pauline Rowson featured as crime author of the month on the Crime Readers' Association website

I'm delighted to be  featured as the crime author of the month on the Crime Readers' Association (CRA) website.

The CRA was set up in 2012 by members of the Crime Writers’ Association, of which I am a member, with the aim of bringing crime fiction fans a superb range of crime novels written by top authors, as well as providing informative and entertaining articles written by published crime authors. There's a great deal more on the CRA website including author events and a blog.  Membership is free and includes a weekly newsletter as well as an edition of the CRA monthly magazine – Case Files.

In February you'll find a number of articles written by me and some of my videos where I'm talking to audiences about how I write the DI Andy Horton series of crime novels.

The first in the series of articles this week is: Why is the crime genre so popular. 

Hope you enjoy reading it.

If you're a crime fiction fan then why not join. Membership is free.



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