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DEATH IN THE HARBOUR by Pauline Rowson pre-released as an audio book

Death in the Harbour audio book by Pauline RowsonDEATH IN THE HARBOUR, the second in the 1950s set mystery series featuring Inspector Ryga, has been pre-released as an audio book.

DEATH IN THE HARBOUR,by Pauline Rowson is  narrated by Jonathan Rhodes and produced by B7 Media.

DEATH IN THE HARBOUR will be published in published in paperback, as an e book, on Kobo and Amazon Kindle on 2 November. Available for pre-order

The atmospheric mystery series set in 1950s England features Scotland Yard detective, Inspector Alun Ryga who teams up with former war photographer Eva Paisley.

Pauline Rowson says, 'Scotland Yard were frequently called in to investigate murder cases around theUK in the 1950s so rather than have the novel (and series) rooted in London this meant Icould move my detective around the country to help solve coastal crimes.  I wanted to feature the sea in my crime novels - my trademark or brand, as all my novels are set against the backdrop of the sea -so I created a character with an intimate knowledge of the sea, a formerMerchant Seaman, Inspector Alun Ryga.

From the first I didn't want to make Ryga an action hero like Art Marvik.  I also sought to differ him from DI AndyHorton, an instinctive copper with lots of personal baggage, intuitive, ruggedand flawed with a deep sense of justice.  Neither did I want someone who hadbeen hailed as a war hero in the traditional sense, but instead a quiet, unseenhero. I chose, therefore, to make Ryga a former German prisoner-of-war.'

In his first mystery DEATH IN THE COVE, Ryga is sent to the Island of Portland, Dorset to investigate the murder of a man found in the isolated Church Ope Cove. DEATH IN THE COVE is also available as an audio book and in paperback, as an ebook and on Amazon Kindle.

Pauline Rowson is the author of twenty-one crime novels, which includes the popular marine set mysteries featuring the flawed and rugged detective, DI Andy Horton (15) and the Marvik mystery thrillers (3). 

Death in the Harbour an Inspector Ryga mystery by Pauline Rowson
England 1950, a country still struggling to come to terms with peace in the grip of austerity and rationing.

ScotlandYard's Inspector Alun Ryga is sent to Newhaven, East Sussex to unravel themystery of why an ordinary police constable was murdered and his wife has gonemissing

"Pure detection… a great read.”

Published in paperback, as an e book, on Kobo and Amazon Kindle on 2 November. Available for pre-order

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