Latest NewsJULY 17TH, 2015
A packed audience listen enthralled as Pauline Rowson relays how she plots, researches and writes her crime novels
Over 120 people packed the auditorium at Crosfield Hall in Romsey on 15 July to hear how Pauline Rowson writes her popular crime novels which are set against the backdrop of the sea on the South Coast of England.
The audience listened enraptured as Pauline Rowson entertained the audience with anecdotes about her crime writing, where and how she gets her inspiration, how she develops plot lines and creates characters including her new hero, former marine commando, Art Marvik and her fictional series detective, DI Andy Horton.
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POSTED BY: ALISON ROGERS AT 7:18:27 BST
I like heroes and as I’m a sucker for adventure stories and mystery there was no doubt that this was what Silent Running had to be. I wanted a character who was not bound by the official rules of the law, like my flawed and rugged detective, DI Andy Horton, but who was nevertheless on the right side of it. Silent Running also had to have all the hallmarks of my brand – a troubled hero, the sea, boats, interesting and diverse characters and lots of action. So already the stage was set.
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POSTED BY: ALISON ROGERS AT 5:22:56 BST
Silent Running the explosive new marine crime novel by Pauline Rowson is published by Severn House in ebook and in hardcover in the USA today (1 July). It was published in hardcover in the UK in March 2015.
Silent Running introduces former marine commando, Special Boat Services Officer, Art Marvik in a new series set against the marine landscape of the South Coast of England.
Read more and enter the competition to win an ebook of Silent Running.
POSTED BY: ALISON ROGERS AT 5:41:46 BST