The Top Books List. http://billsmedia.blogspot.com/
Added by William Wilde on December 8, 2014 at 3:45am — No Comments
A backwoods crime thriller. Reviewed at: http://billsmedia.blogspot.com
Added by William Wilde on October 31, 2014 at 2:30am — No Comments
Many of my crime novels are in unabridged audio book format, published by Isis and read by the very talented actor and voice artist Gordon Griffin.
They have received some lovely reviews including this one below.
Dead Man's Wharf Audio Book Review
Gordon Griffin's delivery enhances the story's setting, the Solent area of the south coast of England, with its atmosphere of mist and the scent of the sea. As gruff Inspector Andy…Continue
Added by Pauline Rowson on July 15, 2014 at 10:39pm — No Comments
On Saturday 28 June I was invited to talk to readers at Worthing Library about crime writing and my crime novels.
Worthing is a seaside town and the largest in the county of West Sussex. It nestles at…Continue
Added by Pauline Rowson on June 30, 2014 at 11:53pm — No Comments
Had a great time talking to the audience at Bognor Regis Library on 20 May. They were a lovely friendly group of people and I was delighted to meet many die hard DI Andy Horton fans.
If you haven’t tried the DI Andy Horton novels yet, there are currently eleven in the Horton series, with the latest,…Continue
Added by Pauline Rowson on May 23, 2014 at 9:29pm — No Comments
A woman's foolish public flashing stunt draws the attention of a disturbed watcher. At Amazon Kindle. http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00IRG9YVK…Continue
Added by William Wilde on March 9, 2014 at 3:00am — No Comments
Celebrate the launch of STRIKE PRICE , the second Lynn Dayton thriller, on Nook & Kindle as well as in print, with literary lagniappe through Wednesday. Here's today's--a featured song from the book, and the English translation.
Added by L. A. Starks on March 2, 2014 at 9:18am — No Comments
Whose story is it? That is a question every writer needs to ask him or herself before starting to write a novel, or if not then certainly while writing and revising it. From whose viewpoint are you telling the story? Is it single viewpoint or multiple viewpoint? Is it male or female or a mixture of both? Beware the latter though and having too many viewpoints because that will not only muddle the story and slow it down but it will also confuse you, and more importantly the…Continue
Added by Pauline Rowson on February 17, 2014 at 9:18pm — No Comments
At Monks Brook U3A on 8 January I was delighted to talk to the audience about my DI Andy Horton crime novels, how I draw my inspiration from the area in which the novels are set (the Solent area on the South Coast of England) and my method for developing plot lines and creating…Continue
Added by Pauline Rowson on January 10, 2014 at 10:44pm — No Comments
Best Mystery and Crime Novels of 2013. Here's the list. http://billsmedia.blogspot.com
The Society by William Wilde - The leader of a society of female mystics stands trial for witchcraft and murder in a Seattle courtroom. At Amazon Kindle. http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00H4E86AG
Added by William Wilde on December 7, 2013 at 3:30am — No Comments
Police by Jo Nesbo - A top notch crime thriller. http://billsmedia.blogspot.com
Added by William Wilde on November 23, 2013 at 9:13am — No Comments
I've uploaded a new video here to my You Tube Channel. In this video interview I'm talking to Tony Smith about bringing in the baddie.
It's also featured on my publisher's website.
There are lots more interviews on my …Continue
Added by Pauline Rowson on July 6, 2013 at 2:27am — No Comments
The Bat by Jo Nesbo an outstanding crime thriller. Now available in the U.S. for first time. Highly recommended. http://billsmedia.blogspot.com
I had a great time speaking to the lovely members of the Holbury and Fawley U3A on Tuesday 26 February. They made me very welcome and were a superb audience. I talked about how I write my DI Andy Horton marine mystery crime novels and my thrillers.…
Added by Pauline Rowson on February 27, 2013 at 9:16pm — No Comments
"Killer Thrillers" is an authors collective of 24 award-winning, best-selling, internationally published authors. 6 of our titles are free today through Friday (2/20-22)
Download one, or grab them all! Killer Thrillers are guaranteed great reads! http://tinyurl.com/af4xf69
Freezing Point by Karen Dionne
Lucidity by CJ Lyons
Switch by Grant McKenzie
A Fine and Dangerous Season by Keith Raffel
Breaking Cover by JD…
Added by Karen Dionne on February 21, 2013 at 9:11am — No Comments
Undercurrent, the ninth in the marine mystery crime series featuring the flawed and rugged detective DI Horton is now published in the UK and Commonwealth by Severn House. It will be published in the USA on 1 May 2013.
Set in the Solent area on the South Coast of England the DI Horton series has received critical acclaim both in the UK and the USA where they have been compared to the works…Continue
Added by Pauline Rowson on February 6, 2013 at 5:22pm — No Comments
The new DI Andy Horton, number nine in the series, called Undercurrent, will be published in the UK and Commonwealth on 31 January and in the USA on 1 May 2013. Like all the DI Horton novelsit is set against the backdrop of the sea in the Solent area on the South Coast of England.
In this crime novel DI Horton has a new mystery…Continue
Added by Pauline Rowson on January 25, 2013 at 8:42pm — No Comments
I'm delighted to announce that the seventh in the DI Andy Horton crime series, A Killing Coast has been nominated by my publisher Severn House for the eDUNNIT AWARD at CrimeFest 2013.
Added by Pauline Rowson on January 18, 2013 at 7:22pm — No Comments
Getting the right name for characters in my crime fiction novels can be a tricky business. Sometimes they come to me completely out of the blue, as I am creating a character, other times I will struggle to find the name that best suits that particular character and until I do the personality refuses to come fully alive. The name has to fit. If it's not right then the character isn't right. The name also needs to fit with the age and nationality although you can have…Continue