Pauline Rowson to talk about her crime novels and crime writing at Lockswood Library, Hampshire

I will be meeting readers and giving a talk at Lockswood Library, Locksheath Hampshire on  Monday 28 October  2019. I'll be talking about the secrets of successful crime writing and explaining how I plot, research and write my crime novels set on the South Coast of England including the inspiration behind my latest mystery novel set in 1950, DEATH IN THE COVE, introducing Inspector Alun Ryga.

I'm the author of twenty crime novels, fourteen featuring the rugged and flawed Portsmouth detective, Inspector Andy Horton; three in the mystery thriller series featuring Art Marvik, the former Royal Marine Commando now an undercover investigator for the UK's National Intelligence Marine Squad (NIMS), two standalone thrillers, the award winning, IN COLD DAYLIGHT and IN FOR THE KILL and the new 1950 set mystery DEATH IN THE COVE.




My books are published in  the UK, Commonwealth and the USA where they are also available on loan from libraries.  


Tickets

 

I will be at Lockswood Library Monday 28 October 2019. Tickets from District Centre, Centre Way, Park Gate, Southampton SO31 6DX Telephone 0300 555 1387  or book online

The latest DI Andy Horton crime novel, DEAD PASSAGE, was published in October 2018 in paperback and as an e book, on Amazon Kindle and on Kobo.

DEATH IN THE COVE is available in paperback, e book, on Amazon Kindle, on Kobo.


DEATH IN THE COVE is also available as an audio book published by B7 Media and narrated by Jonathan Rhodes.





Download the audio book DEATH IN THE COVE


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