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Tragic deaths in a badly written novel




Tragic deaths in a badly written novel, cartoon by Tom GauldThis brilliant cartoon by Tom Gauld could not express writing more succinctly or humorously. Please click on the image to enlarge it and read the fabulous captions.

I came across it on Twitter when fellow author Linda Huber @LindaHuber19 tweeted it. I contacted the artist, Tom Gauld, and asked if I could reproduce it on my blogs and he generously gave permission. I hope readers, and writers enjoy it. (I often feel like I'm falling down the plot holes!!)





POSTED BY: PAULINE ROWSON
MAY 7TH, 2021 AT 6:11:02 BST

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The Art Marvik mystery thrillers - the story behind Art Marvik


Dead Sea, an Art Marvik Mystery Thriller by Pauline Rowson

DEAD SEA,number four in the Marvik mystery thriller series is published in paperback, e book and on Amazon Kindle.

In this novel, Marvik is on the hunt for a stolen computer disk that holds the key to the secret behind his parents deaths in an underwater explosion in the Straits of Malacca. Marvik, with his former Royal Marine colleague Strathen's help, sets out to track down the thief. As they follow a trail of abduction and murder it soon becomes clear that the computer disk holds the key to a secret that a ruthless killer is determined must never be revealed.

So who is Marvik? What is his background and what makes him tick?







POSTED BY: PAULINE ROWSON
MAY 5TH, 2021 AT 6:24:03 BST

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Corpse in the water- Fascinating Forensic Facts


Death Lies Beneath by Pauline RowsonAll my crime novels are set around the sea so it is inevitable that I will have bodies in the water, by the water, and washed up beside the water! So here's some fascinating facts from my research - not for the fainthearted!

Bodies in the water






POSTED BY: PAULINE ROWSON
MAY 3RD, 2021 AT 6:24:00 BST

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What's on in May 2021 - writing, walking, flying and sailing!


Pauline Rowosn on a chilly Appley Beach, Ryde Isle of WightWriting is the order of the month for May - when isn't it? I hear you say. Well, OK, rarely. This May 2021, with lock down restrictions easing where I live in England, I am hoping to get out and about further afield more and draw inspiration from my coastal walks, from the bays, boatyards and harbours where I am always on the look out for a good place to put a body (fictional, of course). It was a very chilly start on Monday 26 April when I took the Hovercraft (that's the flying) across to the fabulous Isle of Wight, the first time since the second lock down eased and very glad I was to be back there too. I'll be returning a few more times in May.




POSTED BY: PAULINE ROWSON
MAY 1ST, 2021 AT 6:10:33 BST

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