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Grab a crime novel for Christmas campaign kicks off


Pauline Rowson mystery crime novelsOur Christmas campaign kicks off with 'Grab a crime novel for Christmas' it's time to treat friends and family, or yourself, with a riveting read by Pauline Rowson.

Pauline Rowson is the author of twenty highly acclaimed crime novels set against the backdrop of the sea on the south coast of England. This includes her rugged and flawed Portsmouth detective, DI Andy Horton, who appears in fourteen crime novels; Art Marvik, a former Royal Marine Commando now working as an undercover investigator for the police specialist marine intelligence unit (3); two standalone thrillers, and the new 1950 set mystery, introducing Scotland Yard detective, Inspector Ryga, who is sent to the Dorset coast to investigate why the body of a man wearing a pin striped suit has been found murdered in the isolated Church Ope Cove.

Plenty of mysteries to solve full of twists and turns to delight crime fans.

Pauline Rowson's novels are in paperback, ebook, Kindle and Kobo and some are also available as audio books.  From all booksellers


So go on grab a crime novel for Christmas and make sure it is one of Pauline Rowson's for an entertaining and intriguing read.

The Inspector Ryga 1950 set mysteries

Death in the Cove

The DI Andy Horton mysteries in order

Tide of Death
Deadly Waters
The Suffocating Sea
Dead Man's Wharf
Blood on the Sand
Footsteps on the Shore
A Killing Coast
Death Lies Beneath
Undercurrent
Death Surge
Shroud of Evil
Fatal Catch
Lethal Waves
Dead Passage

The Art Marvik mystery thrillers

Silent Running
Dangerous Cargo
Lost Voyage

Standalone thrillers

In Cold Daylight
In For The Kill

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POSTED BY: ALISON WESLEY - NOVEMBER 11TH, 2019 @ 7:22:56 UTC
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