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A great crowd at Fleet U3A listened enraptured to tales of criminality

Large audience greet crime author Pauline Rowson at Fleet U3A, talking about her Solent based crime novelsI was delighted to be asked to speak to the lovely members of Fleet U3A on 19th November about my crime novels and how I write them.

The U3A movement is huge in the UK and growing by the day.  It stands for the University of the Third Age and is an organisation that brings together retired and semi-retired people to learn together, not for qualifications but for its own reward: the joy of discovery!

Here are some photographs taken at my talk and book signing.

Pauline Rowson entertaining the audience at Fleet, talking about her crime novelsA large audience greets me at Fleet U3A where I talked about how I write my DI Andy Horton crime novels.

Pauline Rowson signing copies of her crime novels at Fleet, HampshireI have many talks lined up for 2015 including some lovely U3As around the country and to other groups, libraries and organisations. You can see all these on my events page. Hope to meet some of you in 2015!

I will be posting two videos shortly taken at Fleet U3A

Pauline Rowson talking to the audience at Fleet about how she writes her crime novelsI received this message from the speaker organiser at Fleet U3A.

"What a wonderful morning.  I loved hearing about the planning – of the characters, corpses and clues. Everybody we spoke to afterwards said how much they enjoyed the talk. Thank you so much for taking the time and trouble to visit."

Pauline Rowson talking to the audience at Fleet about how she writes her crime novelsA very enjoyable morning. I met lots of interesting people  and introduced my rugged and flawed DI Andy Horton to many more new readers.

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NOVEMBER 28TH, 2014 @ 6:51:24 GMT

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