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CSI Events where crime fiction meets crime fact


Pauline Rowson at CSI SouthamptonPauline Rowson is the originator of CSI Portsmouth and CSI Southampton and has also been involved in CSI Winchester, CSI Basingstoke and CSI Newcastle bringing together a number of crime experts, police and crime authors to discuss crime fiction versus crime fact.

The events have been hugely popular with audiences who not only have the chance to meet their favourite crime writers but also hear first hand from the people doing the jobs, how a crime scene really works, how detectives in the drug squad, the major and serious crime teams, the cyber unit and marine unit operate.  What the fingerprint team and footwear examiners do, the role forensic psychologists and forensic scientists play in the gathering of evidence and the solving of crime.

Crime authors who have appeared at CSI events with Pauline Rowson include Ann Cleeves, M. C Beaton, Mark Billingham, Hilary Bonner, Sharon Bolton, Stephen Booth, Simon Brett, Natasha Cooper, Elly Griffiths, Mari Hannah, June Hampson, John Harvey, Matt Hilton, Graham Hurley, Jessie Keane, Peter Lovesey, Micheal Ridpath and Kerry Wilkinson.

The CSI events are panel events followed by audience question time and a book signing.  They have been fully supported by the library service and would not have taken place without the commitment of the libraries in Portsmouth, Southampton, Hampshire, Winchester, Basingstoke and Newcastle and the full co-operation and participation of Hampshire Police.


Pauline Rowson

Pauline Rowson is the author of twenty one crime novels - fifteen featuring the flawed and rugged Portsmouth copper, Inspector Andy Horton; three in the mystery thriller series featuring Art Marvik, a former Royal Marine Commando, now an undercover investigator for the UK’s National Intelligence Marine Squad (NIMS); two standalone thrillers and her new 1950 set mystery series introducing Scotland Yard detective, Inspector Alun Ryga, who is sent out to solve coastal crimes, the first in the series, DEATH IN THE COVE.

Her crime novels are set against the backdrop of the ever changing sea of the Solent and south coast of England and have been hailed as ‘multi-layered,’ 'complex' 'fast-paced' and 'packed with twists and turns'. They have been translated into many languages.


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