Pauline Rowson to talk about her crime novels at three Hampshire Libraries

I'll be meeting readers and giving a talk about my crime novels at three Hampshire Libraries in April, May and June this year.

I will be at Andover Library on Thursday 25 April, Fareham Library on Friday 17 May and at Totton Library, Southampton on Thursday 20 June, all talks start at 2pm.  I will be  talking about the secrets of successful crime writing, explaining how I plot, research and write my crime novels set on the South Coast of England.

I'll be talking about my fictional heroes, the rugged and flawed DI Andy Horton, who now appears in 14 crime novels of which DEAD PASSAGE is the latest, published in October 2018.  And of Art Marvik, the former Royal Marine Commando now an undercover investigator for the UK's National Intelligence Marine Squad (NIMS).

All my crime novels are available for loan from UK, Commonwealth and USA libraries. They are published in paperback, as e books and many also as unabridged audio books.

"Pauline Rowson is the mistress of weaving intricate plot twists in complicated tales that keep the reader on his/her toes to the very author who never disappoints." Amazon

Tickets can be obtained from the library or by calling 0300 555 1387.

Hope some of you can join me.

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