Murder at the Women's Institute
Murder is not something usually associated with the great institution of the Women's Institute but it was certainly the main topic at Portchester in Hampshire on Thursday 13 April when crime author Pauline Rowson entertained the ladies with tales of her popular crime novels and her crime busting heroes, the rugged and flawed sailing detective, Inspector Andy Horton, and undercover investigator, former Royal Marine Commando, Art Marvik.
Pauline talked about how she writes her murder mystery crime novels set against the backdrop of the sea on the south coast of England, where she draws her inspiration from, and how she creates her memorable characters, develops story-lines and plots and how she researches her novels including the police procedure and the forensic elements.
Her talk was followed by a lively question and answer session and a book signing. Pauline Rowson says, 'It was a great pleasure to entertain members of Portchester Women's Institute and lots of fun talking to them about murder mystery and the characters in my crime novels, some of whom I have grown very fond of and close to over the eleven years of being published.'
Pauline Rowson is the author of seventeen crime novels, thirteen in the Inspector Andy Horton marine based crime series with Lethal Waves (13) published by Severn House in February 2017 in the UK and in June 2017 in the USA.
Two in the Art Marvik series with the third Lost Voyage published by Severn House on 10 July 2017.
She is also the author of two standalone crime novels, In Cold Daylight and In For The Kill.
All her crime novels are available from bookshops and can be loaned from UK, USA and Commonwealth libraries. They are published in hardcover, paperback as an e book, on Amazon Kindle and on Kobo and some are available as unabridged audio books and in large print.
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POSTED BY: ALISON WESLEY - APRIL 17TH, 2017 @ 5:05:25 BST