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Pauline Rowson entertains the audience at Stubbington Library

Pauline Rowson talking to the audience at Stubbington Library about her crime novelsCrime author, Pauline Rowson revealed the secrets of crime writing at Stubbington Library, Hampshire on July 12th when she talked to a sell out audience about how she plots, researches and writes her popular crime novels set in the Solent area on the South Coast of England.

Pauline Rowson answering a question about her crime novels at Stubbington LibraryMany DI Andy Horton fans were there to learn more about their hero detective who lives on a small yacht in Southsea Marina and rides a Harley Davidson.  The flawed and rugged Portsmouth detective DI Andy Horton  features in twelve crime novels. Fatal Catch, the twelfth in the Horton crime series, was published in 2015 with number thirteen due to be published by Severn House in February 2017.

Dangerous Cargo, the second in the Art Marvik marine crime seriesPauline Rowson also introduced her new hero Art Marvik the troubled former Royal Marine Commando now working as an undercover investigator for the UK's National Intelligence Marine Squad (NIMS).

Dangerous Cargo, the second in the Art Marvik series was published by Severn House in the UK in May 2016.  It is to be published in the USA in September 2016.   The first in the Art Marvik series, Silent Running was published in the UK and the USA in 2015 and  has been hailed by reviewers as  'A tense, terrifying thrill ride that twists and turns with dizzying speed.'

Pauline Rowson Stubbington Library talking about her crime heroes DI Horton and Art MarvikThe DI Andy Horton crime novels have been optioned by top UK production company, Lime Pictures, who are seeking to bring the enigmatic sailing detective to the TV screens. Pauline is also the author of  two standalone thrillers, the award winning, In Cold Daylight and In For the Kill.  Her novels have received critical acclaim in the UK, USA and Commonwealth where they have been hailed as "exemplary police procedurals”, "cleverly plotted,” "complex and multi-layered.”

Pauline Rowson explaining how she plots her crime novels - Stubbington LibraryPauline entertained the audience with  tales of her heroes and took a lively Q & A session which was followed by a book signing.

She says, 'It was a great evening and lovely to meet so many DI Andy Horton fans. My thanks to Hampshire Libraries and Stubbington Library in organising this event, and to everyone who came.'


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