Pauline Rowson author of the popular Inspector Andy Horton police procedural crime novels, the Art Marvik mysteries and standalone thrillers set against the atmospheric backdrop of the sea on the South Coast of England
The story behind the rugged and flawed Inspector Andy Horton - crime novels by Pauline Rowson
Pauline Rowson's Inspector Andy Horton crime novels have been hailed as being "outstanding British police procedurals". If it's a fast-paced story with a flawed, rugged copper who is instinctive, bucks the system AND gets results then Inspector Andy Horton is your man. He currently appears in 13 crime novels. Then there is her other troubled hero Art Marvik an undercover investigator for the UK's National Intelligence Marine Squad whose missions in 3 fast paced thrillers are to track down ruthless killers. Her plots are multi-layered and complex so you'll need to follow hard to keep up with all the players and sub plots but it will be well worth it if you enjoy gripping story lines and action. All Pauline Rowson's crime novels are set against the backdrop of the sea, she admits to being a terrified sailor and can can never be away from the sea for too long before suffering withdrawal symptoms. She can often be found walking the coastal paths in southern England looking for a good place to put a body and has so far managed to avoid arrest although she's optimistic that one day Inspector Andy Horton might do just that!
Delighted to announce that Severn House Publishers has sold USA mass market direct to consumer paperback rights to Pauline Rowson's Inspector Andy Horton crime novel Fatal Catch to American publisher Harlequin Books.
Fatal Catch is the twelfth novel in the DI Andy Horton police procedural crime series of which the latest Lethal Waves was published by Severn House in the UK in February 2017 and in the USA in June 2017. The Inspector Andy Horton series is set against the atmospheric backdrop of the sea in the Solent area of England in Portsmouth and the Isle of Wight.
The Detective Andy Horton crime novels (13) are already published in hardcover, trade paperback and as an ebook in the USA and UK by Severn House. Some are also published as unabridged audio books by Soundings. The Inspector Andy Horton crime novels have been hailed as "exemplary," "multi-layered" "cleverly plotted" with reviewer, Booklist, claiming that Andy Horton is an "especially…
August, and the chance to feature two of my crime novels set during this month, Undercurrent and Death Surge both in the Inspector Andy Horton crime series. August is a busy month for my flawed and rugged detective with a high crime rate in his home coastal city of Portsmouth, England!
During the month of August there will be articles and extracts on this blog on both Undercurrent, (number nine) and Death Surge (number ten) in the DI Andy Horton series of currently thirteen novels, soon to be fourteen with the publication of Dead Passage in October. Meanwhile below is brief outline of both Undercurrent and Death Surge which sees Horton solving a new mystery in each case and pursuing the personal investigations into the disappearance of his mother, Jennifer. Stayed tuned here for in depth articles on the locations, the inspiration behind the novels and extracts.
As August is traditionally holiday month it is therefore quiet for me with regards to giving talks and interviews. That wil…
As it's December I thought I would feature on this blog two of my crime novels which are set around the festive season, THE SUFFOCATING SEA, number 3 in the Inspector Andy Horton police procedural series, and FATAL CATCH, the twelfth Inspector Andy Horton crime novel. During the month there will be extracts from both crime novels and a chance to watch the book trailers but you can skip the blogs if you wish and go right to the appropriate book page on my website for more details of both novels.
"A great read for mystery lovers with plenty to keep you guessing until the last moment." Crime Book Club
And here is a taster of the beginning of The Suffocating Sea
The blue pulsating lights of the fire engines radiated out of the dense freezing fog like revolving spotlights on a stage as Sergeant Cantelli swung into the car park at Horsea Marina. Inspector Andy Horton shivered. A cold, clammy feeling fingered its way up his spine. He’d been to hundreds of fires in his career, …