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Pauline Rowson's talks and events


Pauline Rowson is an entertaining and informative speaker


Bournemouth Central Probus Pauline Rowson talking about her 1950 mystery DEATH IN THE COVECrime author Pauline Rowson provides a fascinating insight into the world of crime writing. She talks about the secrets of successful crime writing; how she plots, researches and writes her internationally acclaimed mystery novels; and the inspiration behind her fictional sleuths - DI Andy Horton (14), Art Marvik(3) and her 1950 set Scotland Yard detective, Inspector Ryga. 

Pauline is a very entertaining, inspiring and much-in-demand speaker. She gives talks to many organisations, including U3As, Womens Institutes, Probus Clubs, charities, retirement associations, libraries and others.

Pauline Rowson author talks 2020

Pauline will be talking about the inspiration behind her popular crime novels and how she researches, plots and writes them at the following:

22 January 2020 Waterlooville U3A

10 February 2020 Hythe Library at 2pm 

Tickets from 38 Pylewell Rd, Hythe, Southampton SO45 6AQ. More details to follow.

3 March 2020 Alverstoke WI

28 March 2020 CSI Winchester 10am to 12.00 Winchester Discovery Centre

Pauline Rowson will be joined by a panel of crime experts from Hampshire Police and the Hampshire Police Fingerprint Bureau. More information and ticket details to follow.
Winchester Discovery Centre

Pauline Rowson's talks in 2019

Pauline Rowson speaker at Creative Portsmouth event31 January 2019 Creative Portsmouth Collaborative Event

Pauline Rowson was a keynote speaker at Creative Portsmouth Collaborative Event, talking about the inspiration behind her crime novels and how the discovery of her local library in Portsmouth as a child inspired her passion for reading and writing and her ambition to become an author.


Hamble Valley U3A an enraptured audience for Pauline Rowson12 March 2019  Hamble Valley U3A

Pauline talked to members of Hamble Valley U3A about how she plots, researches and writes her popular crime novels set on the south coast of England.







Pauline Rowson's two new crime fiction fans17 May 2019 Fareham Library, Hampshire 2pm

Two special guests attended a talk by Pauline Rowson  at Fareham Library on 17 May as part of the Crime Writers' Association National Crime Reading Month. Pauline was joined by two Guide Dogs for the blind (and their owners) as she talked about her crime novels and her crime busting fictional heroes, DI Andy Horton, her undercover investigator, Art Marvik and her new 1950 detective, Inspector Alun Ryga.


Pauline Rowson giving a talk at Totton Library June 201920 June 2019 Totton Library, Southampton 2pm

Pauline talked about the inspiration behind her popular crime novels and how she researches, plots and writes them at Totton Library, Southampton




Woolston Library Pauline Rowson talking about her crime novels9 July 2019 Woolston Library, Southampton, 2pm

Pauline met fans of her crime novels at Woolston library when she talked about the inspiration behind her popular crime novels and how she researches, plots and writes them.





Westbourne WI Pauline Rowson talking about her crime novels19 September 2019 Westbourne WI

Pauline entertained members of Westbourne WI and spoke about how she constructs her crime novels and the inspiration behind her DI Andy Horton mystery series and her new 1950s set mysteries featuring Scotland Yard detective, Inspector Alun Ryga.





St Annes Fellowship Pauline Rowson on writing crime fiction14 October 2019 St Anne's Fellowship, Calmore, Southampton

Pauline gave a lively and informative talk to the audience at St Anne's Fellowship, Hampshire on the inspiration behind her crime novels and how she plots, researches and writes them.





Lockswood Library Pauline Rowson talking about her crime novels28 October 2019 Lockswood Library, Locksheath

Pauline Rowson thrilled the audience at Lockswood Library, Locksheath, Southampton with tales of murder and mystery and talked about the creation of her fictional sleuths DI Andy Horton (14) Scotland Yard detective, Inspector Alun Ryga (1) and undercover investigator, Art Marvik (3).



Woodlands WI Pauline Rowson explaining how she plots her novels6 November 2019 Woodlands (New Forest) WI

Scrumptious homemade cake was an additional treat for crime author Pauline Rowson after her talk to members of the Woodlands WI (New Forest) about her crime novels and crime writing.







Bournemouth Central Probus, Pauline Rowson how she writes her mystery crime novels19 November 2019 Bournemouth Central Probus

Pauline talked about the secrets of successful crime writing and how she plots, writes and researches her crime novels.





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Pauline Rowson is the author of twenty crime novels, fourteen featuring the rugged and flawed Portsmouth detective, Inspector Andy Horton; three in the mystery thriller series featuring Art Marvik, the former Royal Marine Commando now an undercover investigator for the UK's National Intelligence Marine Squad (NIMS); two standalone thrillers, the award winning, IN COLD DAYLIGHT and IN FOR THE KILL and the new 1950 set mystery introducing Scotland Yard detective, Inspector Ryga who is sent to the Dorset coast to investigate the murder of a man in a pin striped suit found in a secluded cove, DEATH IN THE COVE.


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Dead Passage, a DI Andy Horton crime novel

Dead Passage DI Andy Horton no. 14

Lost Voyage an Art Marvik Mystery Thriller


Lost Voyage an Art Marvik Marine Mystery by Pauline Rowson

Death in the Cove, an Inspector Alun Ryga 1950 set Mystery

Death in the Cove, an Inspector Alun Ryga 1950 mystery