Coming soon the new Detective Andy Horton Marine Mystery, Lethal Waves

Lethal Waves, the latest in the popular crime series featuring the flawed and rugged detective, Andy Horton is to be published by Severn House on 28 February 2017. In Lethal Waves, Andy Horton is tasked to solve another complex crime, set against the backdrop of the sea on the South Coast of England.

"The DI Andy Horton Crime Novels - cleverly plotted, gripping, multi-layered"

Pauline Rowson's Portsmouth-set mystery plots are inventive and exciting, gripping but not gruesome, and full of thrilling twists and turns. They take us to the deepest, darkest corners of human behaviour but ultimately lead us into the light.

Her novels combine character-driven, emotional punch with the scale and complexity of plotting. Our intrepid hero on this journey is Detective Inspector Andy Horton. A man very much defined by a tormented past, but with hopes for his future.

Set against the atmospheric backdrop of the sea in the Solent, Portsmouth and the Isle of Wight on the South Coast of England, Pauline Rowson's DI Andy Horton police procedural crime series has been hailed as "exemplary," "multi-layered" "cleverly plotted" with an "especially good series hero, a likeable fellow with plenty of street smarts and the requisite personal baggage".

Lethal Waves is published in hardcover in the UK on 28 February 2017 and in the USA on 1 June 2017



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