What's on in October 2016 for crime author Pauline Rowson

October and we're getting deeper into autumn here in England. The sunlight has changed to that soft amber glow and the leaves on the trees are beginning to change colour to all shades of reds and golds. I've also been collecting conkers. Not to play with but to put in a bowl and admire their deep rich red mahogany. 

Two of my DI Andy Horton crime novels are set in October.  The second in the series, Deadly Waters and the eleventh, Shroud of Evil. Both are available in paperback and as an ebook.

Shroud of Evil a DI Andy Horton Mystery by Pauline Rowson

The seasons and the sea are both great inspirations for me. This month sees me putting the final touches to DI Andy Horton number fourteen before moving on to number fifteen, while  number thirteen is to be published in February 2017. I'll also be working on final revisions to the third in the Art Marvik marine crime series.

On the speaking front on the 31 October I will be giving a talk to the Ladies who lunch at Esseborne Manor Hotel, Andover. 

Esseborne Manor is a small, unpretentious and stylish Victorian Country House hotel and restaurant in Hampshire, between Andover and Newbury.  Every last Monday of the month Esseborne hosts a Ladies Club where guests are entertained by speakers after lunch. There is a set 4-course menu with a glass of wine, coffees and petite fours. Cost is £28 per person and lunch is served at 1pm.

Before that I will be opening the Scouts autumn book fair on Hayling Island on the 26 October.

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