Crime author Pauline Rowson on the Katie Martin Show BBC Radio Solent talking about CSI Portsmouth

I'll be appearing on the Katie Martin Show, BBC Radio Solent on 11 August between 3.30pm and 4pm along with DI Mandy Horsburg, Hampshire Police, talking about CSI Portsmouth, a one day event that brings crime fiction and fact together, which is being held on Saturday 8 November.

CSI Portsmouth,  sponsored by Bello, publisher Pan Macmillan’s digital imprint, which brings lost classics back to life, is now in its fifth year. CSI Portsmouth discusses, through two panel debates, one in the morning and one in the  afternoon, crime fiction and fact. It is being held at The Princess Royal  Gallery at the National  Museum of the Royal Navy in the Portsmouth  Historic Dockyard.

I'll be talking to Katie Martin about my crime novels and the inspiration behind them and CSI Portsmouth which I set up in 2010.

Joining me at  CSI Portsmouth 2014, part of Portsmouth BookFest, are internationally acclaimed best-selling crime authors, M.C. Beaton, Jessie Keane and Val McDermid along with crime experts and officers from Hampshire Police and the Institute of Criminal Justice Studies, Portsmouth University.

Along with me on the Katie Martin Show, BBC Radio Solent  will be DI Mandy Horsburgh, an officers at Operation Fortress, one of the biggest, most significant stand-alone projects ever to be launched by the Constabulary, with its own 31-strong dedicated investigation and enforcement team made up of officers and staff drawn from across the force. The team investigate the most serious violent drug-related crimes alongside organized criminal groups who pose the most risk to communities.

Tickets for CSI Portsmouth cost £12.00 for the day and go on sale on 29 September.

CSI Portsmouth Programme

CSI Portsmouth Panellists


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