In January I will be giving a talk to members of Waterlooville U3A and I am sure like all the people I meet at U3As around the country they will be very welcoming and will have lots of questions to ask me about crime writing and my crime novels.
Aside from writing, and giving a talk I'll be tackling the copy-edits from my editor on number two in the Inspector Ryga series. More in future blogs about that mystery and also about number fifteen in the DI Andy Horton series.
A look ahead in 2020
In addition to Inspector Ryga mystery number two and possibly DI Andy Horton number fifteen, two of the DI Andy Horton mysteries, SHROUD OF EVIL and A FATAL CATCH are being re-published in April in paperback and as an ebook on Kindle and Kobo, so they will be more easily available to purchase as I know some of you have had difficulty in getting hold of them.
Before that in February LETHAL WAVES, number thirteen in the Horton series is being published by Harlequin in the USA. It has already been published in the USA in hardback and is, of course, available in the UK and the Commonwealth in hardback, paperback and as an e book.
There will be more talks from me and for the first part of the year, in addition to Waterlooville U3A I will also be giving a talk at the following. Hope to see some of you there.
10 February 2020 Hythe Library at 2pm
Tickets from 38 Pylewell Rd, Hythe, Southampton SO45 6AQ or buy online.
3 March 2020 Alverstoke WI
28 March 2020 CSI Winchester 10am to 12.00 Winchester Discovery Centre
Pauline Rowson will be joined by a panel of crime experts from Hampshire Police and the Hampshire Police Fingerprint Bureau. More information and ticket details to follow.