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The story behind Death Surge, DI Andy Horton


Death Surge a DI Andy Horton crime novel The inspiration for Death Surge came like all the other novels in the Inspector Andy Horton police procedural series featuring my flawed and rugged Portsmouth detective from the location. It is locations that inspire me and with the Horton series, set against the powerfully evocative British marine landscape of the Solent on the South Coast of England, there is always a good place to put a body.

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POSTED BY: PAULINE ROWSON
SEPTEMBER 17TH, 2017 AT 6:31:14 BST

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Listen to an extract of DI Andy Horton Death Surge

Listen to an extract of the latest audio book in the Inspector Andy Horton crime series, Death Surge, published by Soundings, narrated by Gordon Griffin and watch the video book trailer. "A crisply written, cleverly plotted procedural with a nice twist." Booklist USA

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POSTED BY: PAULINE ROWSON
SEPTEMBER 14TH, 2017 AT 14:44:23 BST

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What attracted you to writing crime fiction?


Pauline RowsonThis article is taken from my interview with Soundings who have just released the audio book of Inspector Andy Horton crime novel, Death Surge number ten in the DI Andy Horton crime series.

What attracted you to writing crime fiction? Have you turned your hand to other genres for long-buried manuscripts?


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POSTED BY: PAULINE ROWSON
SEPTEMBER 10TH, 2017 AT 9:25:19 BST

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In search of a title for DI Andy Horton number fourteen


Pauline RowsonIt's time to find a title for Inspector Andy Horton no 14, now that I have finished writing it.  It has to have a sea theme and fit with a crime novel, not always easy. I've had some intriguing suggestions from readers who follow me on Twitter and Facebook and I think I'm nearly there. I have narrowed it down to a couple of options. I'll either choose one myself or run both past my publisher to see which they prefer. I often say that choosing a title is harder than writing the novel!

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POSTED BY: PAULINE ROWSON
SEPTEMBER 8TH, 2017 AT 8:40:26 BST

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Did you know? Fascinating Facts - Missing Persons


Fatal Catch, a DI Andy Horton crime novel by Pauline Rowson In Fatal Catch, number 12 in the Horton series, a Dr Carolyn Grantham shows up claiming to be attached to the University of Portsmouth Centre for the Study of Missing Persons researching into missing persons cases. She wants background information about Jennifer from Horton. He is loath to give it, not only because he finds it hard to talk about his feelings surrounding Jennifer’s disappearance and his time spent in care, but because he is also not sure who he can trust.

So here is some background on the missing persons units and some facts I uncovered during my research.

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POSTED BY: PAULINE ROWSON
SEPTEMBER 3RD, 2017 AT 14:13:47 BST

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What's on in September 2017

Pauline Rowson, crime authorAs this September is quiet for radio interviews and talks it means I can concentrate on writing but for this blog entry I thought I'd share some memories with you (as they say on Facebook) by taking a quick look back to see what was happening a year ago in September 2016 and two years ago in September 2015. I could go back further but don't want to bore you! But if you're really interested just click on the links on the calendar to the right of this blog.

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POSTED BY: PAULINE ROWSON
SEPTEMBER 1ST, 2017 AT 8:04:33 BST

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