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Pauline Rowson thrills the audience at Fordingbridge Library- Pre Coronavirus Days!


Pauline Rowson talking to readers at Fordingbridge LibraryThe small country town of Fordingbridge in the New Forest on the banks of the River Avon once famous for its smuggling and the infamous Captain Diamond, the 'Smuggler King', was the location for another crime this time fictional when I  entertained readers atFordingbridge Library with tales of my fictional crime busting heroes, Inspector Andy Horton and undercover investigator, Art Marvik on Thursday 19 October 2017.

This was three years before Coronavirus and all its consequences reared its ugly and unwelcome head, putting paid to so much of our social interchange including talks like this, although I am delighted that the libraries have re-opened.  So here I am revisiting some of my previous talks and feeling nostalgic.

I explained how I research my crime novels, including the police and forensic research and how I create her characters and plot lines. This was followed by a lively question and answer session.


Pauline Rowson explaining a point on crime writing at Fordingbridge LibraryFordingbridge, recorded in the Domesday book, has evolved through the years from `Forde' and `Bridge'. The first Great Bridge, built in medieval times, is upstream from the ford and is a major feature of the town with its seven graceful arches.  Once an industrial town and commercial centre, Fordingbridge boasted many trades such as brick making, pottery and textiles.

The audience were as usual delightful and it was a great pleasure to visit Fordingbridge Library and to meet some of the lovely people there.

Here's hoping that events like these can resume in 2021!

The latest Inspector Andy Horton Mystery

A Deadly Wake a DI Andy Horton MysteryNumber 15 in the DI Andy Horton series set against the backdrop of the sea on the South Coast of England in Portsmouth and the Isle of Wight

As DI Andy Horton follows the trail of a man found dead in a log cabin on the Isle of Wight, he uncovers some startling revelations into his own mother’s past and the truth behind her disappearance over thirty years ago.


Published in paperback, ebook, on Amazon Kindle and Kobo order on line and from all booksellers



Death in the Cove by Pauline RowsonSince this talk took place I  also have a new hero on the block, Scotland Yard's Inspector Ryga who is sent out to solve coastal crimes.  His first is on the Isle of Portland, Dorset when the body of a man in a pin-striped suit is found dead on Church Ope Cove - DEATH IN THE COVE.

The second Inspector Ryga 1950 set mystery is DEATH IN THE HARBOUR and will be published on 2 November in paperback, e book and on Kindle. It is available to pre-order. Like the first in the series it is also available as an audio book. 

In DEATH IN THE HARBOUR, Ryga is sent to Newhaven, East Sussex  to unravel the mystery of why an ordinary police constable was murdered and his wife has gone missing.


In addition to the above there are three mystery thrillers in the Art Marvik series, the former Royal Marine Commando now an undercover investigator for the UK's National Intelligence Marine Squad.

Art Marvik Mystery Thrillers by Pauline Rowson"Fans of Rowson’s DI Andy Horton books will be delighted with her new series featuring former marine commando Art Marvik.A tense, terrifying thrill ride that twists and turns with dizzying speed, combined with a likable, smart, tough, but all too human hero, make this a cracking-good new series—action fans need Marvik on their radar." Booklist on SILENT RUNNING.

The ART MARVIK series of mystery thrillers are published in paperback, ebook, Kindle, Kobo, Apple Books and Google- Buy now



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POSTED BY: PAULINE ROWSON - OCTOBER 19TH, 2020 @ 6:25:34 BST
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