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Pauline Rowson and Graham Hurley join real life crime experts in CSI Winchester


CSI WInchester with Pauline Rowson and Graham HurleyCrime authors Pauline Rowson and Graham Hurley will be debating crime fiction and crime fact with crime experts Carolyn Lovell, Research and Development Manager Forensic Capability Network, and Detective Superintendent Mandy Horsburgh of Hampshire Police at CSI Winchester on 28 March 2020. Also present will be the team from the Hampshire Fingerprint Bureau.

Pauline Rowson is the founder of the CSI events which have proved hugely popular with audiences. She has been involved in CSI Portsmouth, Southampton , Winchester, Basingstoke and CSI Newcastle bringing together a number of crime experts, police and crime authors to discuss crime fiction versus crime fact.

The audience not only have the chance to meet their favourite crime writers but also hear first hand from the police officers, forensic experts and the fingerprint team.

Crime authors who have appeared at CSI events with Pauline Rowson include Ann Cleeves, M. C Beaton, Mark Billingham, Hilary Bonner, Sharon Bolton, Stephen Booth, Simon Brett, Natasha Cooper, Elly Griffiths, Mari Hannah, June Hampson, John Harvey, Matt Hilton, Graham Hurley, Jessie Keane, Peter Lovesey, Micheal Ridpath and Kerry Wilkinson.

At CSI Winchester 2020 the audience will have the chance to talk to the crime authors and crime experts and put their questions to the panel. This will be followed by a book signing.

The panel debate between the crime authors and crime experts will be chaired by Rebecca Fletcher. The event begins at 10am and concludes at 12.30pm.

Tickets cost £8 which includes £1 off a book bought at the event. Box Office call 01962 873603 or direct from: Winchester Discovery Centre, Jewry Street, Winchester, SO23 8SB or book online

Pauline Rowson


Pauline Rowson is the author of twenty crime novels, fourteen featuring the flawed and rugged Portsmouth copper, DI Andy Horton; three in the mystery thriller series featuring Art Marvik, a former Royal Marine Commando, now an undercover investigator for the UK’s National Intelligence Marine Squad (NIMS), two standalone thrillers and her latest, the first in a new series, a 1950 mystery, Death in the Cove, set in Dorset introducing Scotland Yard detective, Inspector Ryga. Her crime novels are set against the backdrop of the ever changing sea and have been highly acclaimed in the UK, USA and Commonwealth as ‘multi-layered,’ ‘fast-paced’ and ‘packed with twists and turns’. They have been translated into many languages.


Graham Hurley


Graham Hurley was a promotion scriptwriter with Southern Television, then researcher, then director. He has directed and produced ITV documentaries and has won a number of awards. Before he plunged into the world of crime fiction he’d written nine stand-alone international thrillers, and loved it. He is author of the Portsmouth set DI Joe Faraday and DC Paul Winter crime novels which were successfully adapted into a French television series. Graham’s move to Devon, sparked a new successful spin-off crime series featuring DS Jimmy Suttle in Western Approaches and Touching Distance the latter of which has made it to a screen adaptation in France. Graham has returned to his first love, writing international thrillers and more recently has had two crime novels published in the Enoro Andresson thriller series.






POSTED BY: ALISON WESLEY - FEBRUARY 4TH, 2020 @ 13:44:16 UTC
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