The Hampshire Police Fire Investigations Officer DC Terry Fitzjohn and Watch Manager Andy Earl of the Arson Task Force will be appearing at CSI Portsmouth 2012 on the morning panel along with Crime Scene Manager Carolyn Lovell from Hampshire Police and crime authors, Matt Hilton and Stephen Booth and myself.…Continue
Added by Pauline Rowson on September 28, 2012 at 3:39am — No Comments
Tickets are now on sale for CSI Portsmouth 2012 taking place on Saturday 3 November at John Pounds Centre, Portsmouth, England, the third year of this popular event where crime fiction meets crime fact.
At this year’s CSI Portsmouth international crime authors Stephen Booth, Ann Cleeves, Matt Hilton and Pauline Rowson join Crime Scene Manager Co-ordinator Carolyn Lovell from Hampshire Police, DC Terry Fitzjohn…Continue
Added by Pauline Rowson on September 25, 2012 at 3:57am — No Comments
Severn House publishers have announced they have brought forward the publication of two e books in the DI Andy Horton series.Continue
Added by Pauline Rowson on September 20, 2012 at 9:51pm — No Comments
I'm delighted to announce that I have signed a contract with my publisher Severn House for the next in the DI Andy Horton series of marine mystery crime novels set on the South Coast of England.
Undercurrent is the ninth crime novel to feature the flawed and rugged DI Andy Horton and is set in Portsmouth, UK. It is to be published in the UK January 2013 and in the USA in July 2013. It is…Continue
Added by Pauline Rowson on September 18, 2012 at 12:01am — No Comments
My crime novels and thrillers are set in the Portsmouth and Isle of Wight area and I took a special trip across the Solent on the Wightlink ferry, St Clare, last week to sign copies of my latest DI Andy Horton novel Death Lies Beneath.…Continue
Added by Pauline Rowson on September 10, 2012 at 7:30pm — No Comments
'm often asked about my writing routine. Do I have one and if so what is it? How much time do I spend when writing?
Unless I am away from home on a speaking engagement, I write every day, usually for about three to four hours a day but this varies depending on the stage of the novel and whether I need to break off to conduct some research. Sometimes for days on end if the flow is going or I am nearing the end of the novel I can spend eight hours writing, not good for the back and if…Continue
Added by Pauline Rowson on September 3, 2012 at 8:09pm — No Comments