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Inspector Andy Horton crime novel, Death Surge, location photographs

Death Surge - DI Andy Horton number 10 - published in paperback. Also available as an e book. Here are some locations photographs of the setting for Death Surge.
 

Death Surge - DI Andy Horton 10What began as the hunt for a missing man becomes the search for a ruthless killer...


The DI Andy Horton series of marine mystery crime novels (13) are set in the Solent area of Portsmouth, the Isle of Wight and the surrounding areas on the South Coast of England.





Andy Horton sailing off the Isle of WightdyA telephone call from a frantic Sergeant Cantelli to say that his nephew, Johnnie Oslow, is missing cuts short Detective Inspector Andy Horton’s sailing trip to France.











Cowes Isle of Wight
Summoned back to the Isle of Wight, Horton learns that Johnnie has not shown up for racing during Cowes Week, as previously arranged.






Isle of Wight, Wightlink Ferry from Portsmouth to FishbournegCantelli takes the Wightlink ferry from Portsmouth to the Isle of Wight to meet Horton at Cowes which shows just how worried he is because Barney Cantelli gets seasick standing on the pontoon.






Cowes MarinaSoon they are plunged into a complex investigation, a race against the clock to save a young man's life before a ruthless killer can strike.


Death Surge is available in paperback and e book, It can also be loaned from UK, USA and Commonwealth libraries.






"Ahigh quality puzzle… a devious plot.  Death Surge is a taut and exciting investigation into a disappearance which turns into a murder hunt….all very enjoyable." David Marshall


"Rowson plunges readers into the midst of the series’ intricate backstory in her 10th Det. Insp. Andy Horton mystery (after2013’s Undercurrent).  Within three pages, a newcomer may feel as if he or she is already catching up. The fast-paced narrative with its multiple theories, will draw readers along.”Publishers Weekly



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POSTED BY: PAULINE ROWSON
MARCH 2ND, 2015 @ 6:23:27 UTC
 
 


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