Crime writer of marine mysteries featuring hunky detective Andy Horton, and of thrillers that teem with action.
Crime writer Pauline Rowson with customers @ Oxfam Bookfest, Fareham 3 July 2010, raising money for Oxfam
Marine Mystery Country, or rather I should say sea.
Actor, Brian Murphy and me at Crimefest 2010.
The Panel of crime writers, (including me) answering questions from the audience at Crimefest 2010
Before appearing on the panel at Crimefest, an International convention of crime fiction writers and fans.
The Suffocating Sea, the third Inspector Horton crime novel now published in paperback
Pauline Rowson with pupils of City Boys School,Portsmouth at the EBP Working Lunch Nov. 09
Book signing after the talk which raised lots of money for the Wessex Cancer Trust
Talking to a packed audience
I'm in full flow at the Literary Lunch on behalf of Wessex Cancer Trust
Launching into my talk at the Literary Lunch on behalf of Wessex Cancer Trust
Outside Lee-On-The-Solent Library. An impressive 1930s building. Lovely inside and very friendly people.
Reading from my thriller In For The Kill at Lee-on-Solent Library
Talking to the audience at Lee on the Solent Library
Pauline Rowson demonstrating her writing technique to her audience at Lee on the Solent Library
Here it is then - the cover image for the next DI Horton novel, Blood on the Sand, http://www.rowmark.co.uk/
Audrey Buckner, Rocky Appeals Administrator (left) with Pauline Rowson (right)
Signing books at the Rocky Appeal - Portsmouth
Talking to readers at Newcastle City Library
Talking about my crime novel, Dead Man's Wharf, at the Mayor of Havant's Civic Reception
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