Entertaining readers at Waterlooville Library

 On Friday 3rd February I was delighted to entertain readers at Waterlooville Library, Hampshire with tales of my crime busting heroes, Andy Horton, the rugged and flawed detective who appears in thirteen crime novels and Art Marvik, undercover investigator for the UK's National Intelligence Marine Squad (NIMS) who is featured in two crime novels, Silent Running  and Dangerous Cargo published by Severn House with the third being published late 2017.

Waterlooville Library- Pauline Rowson talking about her crime busting heroes

I talked about how I plot,  research and write my crime novels set on the South Coast of England. This was followed by a question and answer session and a book signing.

Pauline Rowson explaining how she plots her crime novels

Lethal Waves, the thirteenth in the Andy Horton detective series is published by Severn House on 28 February in the UK and in the USA on 1 June 2017.

The DI Andy Horton series has been optioned by top UK television production company Lime Pictures, makers of Channel 4's Hollyoaks,who are seeking to bring the enigmatic sailing detective to the television screens. Translated into several languages I am pleased to say that my crime novels have received critical acclaim both in the USA and the UK.

Pauline Rowson explaining how she develops her characters

It was lovely to meet readers at Waterlooville Library. They were a great audience and I enjoyed  discussing my heroes adventures with them.

Pauline Rowson signing copies of her crime novels


If you've enjoyed reading my crime novels please do tell others, we'd also love for you to leave a short review or rating on Amazon as it all helps to introduce the novels to new readers.

Where to buy

Pauline Rowson's books USA

Pauline Rowson's books UK

From your local bookshop

Also available as an ebook and on Amazon Kindle, Kobo and for loan from UK, USA, Irish and Commonwealth libraries


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