New editions of DI Andy Horton crime novels, talks, a play and tickets on sale for CSI Portsmouth
Undercurrent available in paperback
Naval historian Dr Douglas Spalding is found dead in Portsmouth’s Historic Dockyard. It looks like suicide but Horton goes out on a limb to prove otherwise. Soon he's embroiled in a cover up at the highest level.
"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
A Killing Coast published in Large Print on 30 October
An investigation into a body found floating in the sea off Portsmouth harbour throws DI Andy Horton's capabilities into question. Not only does he need to find a brutal killer, but now he also has to prove he's still up to the job.
"If you like police procedurals with a twist, plenty of red herrings, and a strong sense of location, you'll like these." Mysteries in Paradise (Australia)
Available on line and from your local bookshop. Also available for loan in libraries in the UK, USA and Commonwealth.
And in a new departure for me I'm delighted to announce that my murder mystery play, Murder at the Pelican Club, is being premiered in Kent at the end of October.
Act One Drama Group Presents - Murder at the Pelican Club
30/31 October and 1 November
There are several talks on the agenda in October as well as a radio interview with the lovely Julian Clegg on his breakfast show on BBC Radio Solent. And if you're a fan of CSI then tickets for the very popular CSI Portsmouth event where crime fiction meets crime fact, are on sale from 29 September, but buy them soo,n if you're keen to come along, because tickets sell fast!
In between all this activity I'll be knuckling down to writing DI Andy Horton number thirteen. The first draft is almost completed but there are several revisions yet to be done.
Calendar of talks and events in October
Fareham and Fareham Meon Probus
After lunch guest speaker, Pauline Rowson will give a talk about crime writing and her crime novels
Weymouth Library 2.30pm - 4pm.
Pauline Rowson will be talking about the inspiration behind her Solent based marine mystery series featuring the flawed and rugged DI Andy Horton, her thrillers and how she plans, plots and writes her crime novels.
Tickets on sale from Weymouth Library
If you would like to book me for an event please Contact Us.