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JULY 9TH, 2020

Pauline Rowson on writing at Bishops Waltham Library

With no talks planned for 2020 because of Covid 19 pandemic I'm featuring some of my previous talks. This video was taken at a talk I gave at Bishops Waltham Library, here I am talking about the writing process and writing routines.

Pauline Rowson talks about the writing process and writing routines.






There are plenty of my videos to watch and keep you amused on my You Tube Channel




POSTED BY: PAULINE ROWSON AT 6:30:37 BST

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JULY 7TH, 2020

A balmy book night at Prinsted with crime author Pauline Rowson


Author Pauline Rowson entertaining members of Prinsted and Emsworth Reading GroupIn my tour down my memory lane of talks this one might have been permitted in 2020 but not with so many people sitting around one table - not unless they were all from the same 'social bubble'.  What am I talking about? Yes, there is a lot of new lingo on the block with the rampaging awful Covid-19 virus which has put paid to public gatherings and lots more, sadly.

But back in the balmy days of 2017 I was delighted to entertain members of the Prinsted and Emsworth Reading Groups at an outdoor performance in the stunning garden of a member's house which faced the shore of the Thorney Channel of Chichester Harbour. The Thorney Channel is featured in one of my  Inspector Andy Horton crime novels, FATAL CATCH, no. 12 in the series of 15 (2020).


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JULY 5TH, 2020

Bookham audience enthralled with tales of crime from Pauline Rowson


Pauline Rowson entertaining the audience at Bookham June 2016Just look at that crowd all tightly packed together - yes a thing of the past in 2020 with the Covid-19 virus pandemic. But on 5 July 2016 I was entertaining members of Bookham U3A in Surrey with tales of murder and mystery with my crime busting heroes, the rugged and flawed DI Andy Horton (now 15 in the series - 2020) and Art Marvik, the troubled former Royal Marine Commando, now working undercover for the UK's National Intelligence Marine Squad, ( 3 in the series)

Since this talk took place I also have a new hero on the block, Scotland Yard's Inspector Ryga who is sent out to solve coastal crimes. His first is on the Isle of Portland, Dorset when the body of a man in a pin-striped suit is found dead on Church Ope Cove - DEATH IN THE COVE. The second Inspector Ryga 1950 set mystery is DEATH IN THE HARBOUR and will be published on 2 November in paperback, e book and on Kindle. It is available to pre-order. Like the first in the series it is also available as an audio book.



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POSTED BY: PAULINE ROWSON AT 5:25:52 BST

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JULY 1ST, 2020

LETHAL WAVES to be re-issued in August

We're delighted to announce that DI Andy Horton mystery number thirteen, LETHAL WAVES, is being re-issued in paperback, as an e book and on Amazon Kindle on 3 August 2020 and is available to pre-order.

On his return from Guernsey, Horton is called out to investigate the death of a vagrant whose body is found under a rotting houseboat on the shores of Portsmouth.


Publishers Weekly says, "Nothing in this police procedural is as it first appears. The Harley Davidson-riding, boat-dwelling Horton is a fascinating man to get to know, and his thoughtful approach to detection is a pleasure to read."





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