Blood on the Sand
has been published in Large Print format by Severn House. It is the fifth in the marine mystery series of police procedural crime novels featuring the flawed and rugged DI Andy Horton
It is already available in hardcover, trade paperback, mass market paperback and as an e book, on Kindle and Nook. The unabridged audio book version was published in 2011 by Isis Publishing
and and is read by the accomplished actor, Gordon Griffin.
Blood on the Sand
is published in the UK and the USA by Severn House and has received rave reviews in the States.
Reviewer Booklist says: 'This is another solid entry in a consistently well written series. Like Ed McBain, Rowson works many subtle variations on the procedural formula (including very interesting relationships between Andy and a couple of his superiors). A definite winner in the crowded field of British procedurals.'
"Inspector Andy Horton’s holiday peace is shattered when stepping out across an abandoned golf course on the Isle of Wight on a cold, grey January, he finds himself facing a distraught young woman with a gun in her hand leaning over a corpse in one of the discarded bunkers. When she professes to be the dead man’s sister and psychic, Horton’s old adversary, DCI Birch, is convinced she is mentally disturbed and the killer, but Horton is not so sure. Soon he is uncovering a web of intrigue that ripples down the years, and which someone is determined should never be revealed."Pauline Rowson
is the author of the popular marine mystery police procedural crime series
featuring DI Andy Horton, set on the South Coast of England in the Portsmouth, Isle of Wight and Solent area.
A Killing Coast,
the seventh in the DI Horton series is published in hardcover in the UK on 26 January 2012 and in the USA on 1 May 2012.
She is also the author of two standalone thrillers, In Cold Daylight,
which came third in an on line poll of the UK's most favourite books for World Book Day and In For The Kill.
“Deserves mention in the same breath as the work of Peter Robinson and John Harvey.” Booklist Starred Review of Footsteps on the Shore
You need to be a member of CrimeSpace to add comments!