Latest NewsMARCH 9TH, 2017
Over seventy people sat enraptured as Pauline Rowson spoke about how she plans, plots and researches her popular crime novels set against the backdrop of the sea on the South Coast of England.
POSTED BY: ALISON WESLEY AT 10:11:58 GMT
Pauline Rowson was talking to Julian Clegg on the BBC Radio Solent Breakfast Show on Tuesday 7 March about the latest Andy Horton detective novel, Lethal Waves, published in hardcover in the UK on the 28 February 2017
Lethal Waves is number thirteen in the Horton police procedural series. The Andy Horton crime novels are set in the Solent area with Horton's patch being Portsmouth CID and his investigations often taking him across the Solent to the Isle of Wight.
You can listen to the programme on BBC iplayer (about 01:24 into the progamme) 7.50a.m.)
POSTED BY: ALISON WESLEY AT 5:10:16 GMT
Nearly ninety people turned out for Portsmouth Coppers at Portsmouth Central Library on Saturday 4 March where crime authors Pauline Rowson and Graham Hurley were quizzed by fellow crime author and former criminal barrister Diana Bretherwick about why they set their detective novels in the waterfront city of Portsmouth.
Portsmouth Coppers was part of Portsmouth BookFest organised by Portsmouth City Library Service and supported by the Hayling Island Bookshop.
POSTED BY: ALISON WESLEY AT 6:11:11 GMT
You can listen live on BBC Radio Solent at 96.1FM, 103.8FM and Digital, or catch the interview after the show on BBC iplayer. We also hope to have a transmission of it here on the website and on Pauline Rowson's You Tube Channel.
POSTED BY: ALISON WESLEY AT 5:08:55 GMT
Crime author, Pauline Rowson paid a special visit to Condor Ferries to celebrate the release of her latest novel, Lethal Waves, which features one of Condor's fleet, Commodore Clipper.
Pauline visited the Captain and crew of Commodore Clipper in Portsmouth International Port, which included an exclusive trip up to the Captain's Bridge.
Condor's conventional ferry, Commodore Clipper that sails from Portsmouth to the Channel Islands, plays a key role in the new crime thriller novel, acting as a scene for one of the book's unfortunate bereavements, although this one is not thought to be suspicious.
Read more about Pauline Rowson's visit to Condor Ferries on the launch of the new Andy Horton Mystery, Lethal Waves
POSTED BY: ALISON WESLEY AT 5:34:26 GMT
- Pauline Rowson enthralls the audience at Lyndhurst with tales of murder mystery
- Pauline Rowson talks to Julian Clegg on BBC Radio Solent about new Andy Horton, Lethal Waves
- Portsmouth Coppers with Pauline Rowson and Graham Hurley a resounding success
- On the air on BBC Radio Solent 7 March 2017
- DI Andy Horton crime novel, Lethal Waves, launched on board Condor Ferries