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Pauline Rowson entertains a packed audience at Midhurst with the secrets of crime writing


Pauline Rowson talking to members of Midhurst U3A about her marine based crime novelsAn enthusiastic audience greeted crime author Pauline Rowson in the West Sussex historic market town of Midhurst on a wet and windy afternoon in November to listen spellbound on how she writes her popular crime novels which are set against the backdrop of the sea on the South Coast of England. The historic town has provided inspiration for many writers including Hillaire Belloc, John Wyndham and Pauline's fellow crime author the late Ruth Rendell. (Click on the photographs to enlarge them.)


Pauline Rowson explaining how she plots her crime novels to Midhurst U3A membersThe audience listened enraptured as Pauline Rowson entertained them with anecdotes about her crime writing, where she gets her inspiration from, how she develops plot lines and creates characters including her new hero, former Royal Marine Commando, Art Marvik  introduced in Silent Running published in 2015 and her flawed and rugged sailing detective  DI Andy Horton.



The DI Andy Horton  crime novels have recently been option by top UK production company Lime Pictures, producers of Channel 4's Hollyoaks, who are seeking to bring the enigmatic sailing detective to the TV screens.


Shroud of Evil a DI Andy Horton Crime Novel by Pauline RowsonThe latest in the DI Andy Horton series to be published by Severn House in paperback is Shroud of Evil  with the twelfth in the Horton series, Fatal Catch,  published in hardcover. Fatal Catch will  be released as an ebook and available on Kidle from 20 December 2015. 










Pauline Rowson explaining how she creates her marine based crime novelsPauline explained where the idea came for her standalone thrillers, In Cold Daylight and In For The Kill, which like the Horton series are set on the South Coast of England. 

Her crime novels have been hailed in the USA and the UK as 'Exemplary, 'Compelling,' 'Cleverly plotted,' and the 'Best in British Crime Fiction.'  Her talk  was followed by a lively Question and Answer session and a book signing. 


Pauline Rowson signing copies of her crime novels at MidhurstPauline Rowson says, 'The audience were fantastic and I  thoroughly enjoyed talking to them. It was lovely to meet so many DI Andy Horton fans.'

You can view all Pauline Rowson's speaking engagements on her events page.




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POSTED BY: CHRISTINE PALMER - NOVEMBER 19TH, 2015 @ 6:04:49 UTC
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