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What a lovely audience at the Holbury and Fawley U3A

Pauline Rowson Talking at Holbury U3AI had a great time speaking to the lovely members of the Holbury and Fawley U3A on Tuesday 26 February 2013 - what an age that seems now particularly in light of the events of 2020 and 2021!  Yes, I'm referring to the Coronavirus pandemic.

Events like these sadly stopped in March 2020 because of Covid-19 and the banning of all social gatherings. I know many people are missing them and I am missing entertaining the lovely audiences.  There are no talks for me booked this year, 2021 but I am sincerely hoping we can soon resume these events soon.  In the meantime I'm looking back, month by month, at some of the talks I have conducted over the years.

Pauline Rowson talking at Holbury U3A February 2013The audience were fantastic and made me feel very welcome. I talked about how I write my mystery crime novels which are all set against the backdrop of the ever-changing sea primarily on the south coast of England.

Since this talk took place in addition to fifteen in the Inspector Andy Horton series, there are four in the Marvik mystery thriller series - Marvik is an undercover investigator for the UK's Police Marine Intelligence Squad - and there are two in my 1950s set mystery series featuring Scotland Yard Inspector Ryga who is sent out to investigate baffling crimes in DEATH IN THE HARBOUR (the Isle of Portland, Dorset) and DEATH IN THE HARBOUR ( Newhaven, East Sussex) with number three in the series DEATH IN THE NETS ( Brixham, Devon) to be published in October 2021.

If you would like me to speak to your organisation, company or library please feel free to contact me.

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FEBRUARY 26TH, 2021 @ 6:26:53 GMT

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