Meanwhile there are plenty of DI Andy Horton mysteries to read including number 14 in the series, DEAD PASSAGE.
A mysterious telephone call sends Horton on a complex and twisted investigation into the death of a local politician twelve years ago and uncovers a trail of lies, secrets and revenge with roots deep in the past.
"This book has all the juicy ingredients that make a good story: an historic death of a politician, a daughter who urgently wants to speak to the inspector, as she has ‘something to reveal’ about her father’s death, and also a few interesting characters that keep you guessing about who’s telling the truth…and who has something to hide." BH Living Magazine
20 June 2019 Totton Library, Southampton 2pm
On 20 June I'll be entertaining the audience at Totton Library, Southampton with tales of murder and mystery as I talk about the inspiration behind my crime novels and how I research, plot and write them. Tickets are available from, Totton Library, Library Rd, Totton, Southampton SO40 3RS Telephone: 0300 555 1387
Inspector Alun Ryga 1950 set crime novel available for pre-order
Not that there is a lot more to do on the novel now because it is written, copy-edited and proof read. The paperback is available for pre-order now and the e book version on Kindle and on Kobo will be available for pre-order from 26 June.
Publication date 26 September 2019.
The audio book version of DEATH IN THE COVE is to be recorded in July by B7 Media and I'm looking forward to discovering who the narrator is to be. The audio book can also be pre-ordered from B7 Media.
Ten of the DI Andy Horton crime novels are available as audio books, narrated by Gordon Griffin MBE and two in the Art Marvik mystery thriller series, narrated by Peter Noble.
Here's hoping for some sunshine and warmth in June on the south coast of England where I live and which is the setting for many of my crime novels.
Pauline Rowson on location research on the Isle of Wight