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OCTOBER 15TH, 2018

Tales of murder on the south coast at Christchurch Library


Christchurch Library Pauline Rowson entertaining members with tales of her crime fiction heroesCrime author, Pauline Rowson entertained readers at Christchurch Library on Wednesday 10 October, as part of Libraries Week, when she talked about her crime novels and her crime busting fictional heroes, the flawed and rugged DI Andy Horton and her undercover investigator, Art Marvik a former Royal Marine Commando.

Pauline explained how locations along the south coast of England provide the inspiration for her crime novels of which there are now nineteen and how she turns these ideas into her multi-layered and gripping plots.






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OCTOBER 12TH, 2018

Crime author Pauline Rowson entertains Bournemouth Probus


Pauline Rowson talking about crime writing and her crime novelsCrime author, Pauline Rowson entertained members of Bournemouth Probus Club on Tuesday 9 October with tales of her crime busting heroes - the flawed and rugged DI Andy Horton and her undercover investigator, Art Marvik a former Royal Marine Commando.

Pauline explained how she comes up with ideas for her crime novels of which there are now nineteen and how she turns these ideas into her multi-layered and gripping plots.




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OCTOBER 8TH, 2018

Pauline Rowson brings tales of murder and mystery to the Square Tower


Old Portsmouth WI Pauline Rowson talking about her crime novelsThe Square Tower in Portsmouth was the setting for murder and mystery as crime author Pauline Rowson entertained members of Old Portsmouth Women's Institute on Thursday 4 October 2018.

Built in 1494 during the reign of Henry VII, the Square Tower, part of the ancient fortifications built to protect the rapidly expanding naval port of Portsmouth had plenty of atmosphere to add to Pauline's entertaining talk and was of significance to the audience as many of Pauline's Portsmouth based DI Andy Horton crime novels feature the fortifications including the latest in the DI Andy Horton series (14) DEAD PASSAGE.




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OCTOBER 4TH, 2018

Tickets available for Pauline Rowson's talk at Christchurch Library


Pauline Rowson at Christchurch LibraryTickets are available for crime author, Pauline Rowson's talk revealing the secrets of successful crime writing at Christchurch Library, Dorset on Wednesday 10 October at 2.30pm  as part of the celebration of Libraries Week.

Pauline Rowson is the author of nineteen crime novels, fourteen featuring DI Andy Horton, three Art Marvik mystery thrillers, and two standalone thrillers, the award winning, In Cold Daylight and In For the Kill.

Her crime novels have been hailed in the UK, USA and Commonwealth as the "Best of British crime fiction" "A good read for mystery lovers," "multi-layered, gripping, compelling, and full of twists and turns."

Tickets cost £2.00 for library members, and £4 for non members. Refreshments included. Call 01202 485938 or drop into the library.



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OCTOBER 1ST, 2018

Crime author Pauline Rowson's play Murder at the Pelican Club to be staged

Crime author Pauline Rowson's 1940 set murder mystery play, MURDER AT THE PELICAN CLUB is to be performed by the Winterbourne Players, Bristol, England from 22 to 24 November 2018.

This brand new detective play, Murder At The Pelican Club, is an exciting 1940s murder mystery in the vein of the classic crime thrillers of the 20th century, an Agatha Christie style detective drama that has audiences guessing ‘who done it.’ Written in a serious vein but with a touch of humour, the play takes place in the Pelican Nightclub and Restaurant in November 1940.





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