Pauline Rowson entertains members of Poole Probus with tales of her crime busting heroes

 It was a pleasure to meet and speak to the members of Poole Probus on 15 November at the Connaught Hotel, Bournemouth where I revealed the secrets of successful crime writing and talked about the mysteries and crimes both DI Andy Horton and former Royal Marine Commando, Art Marvik are called upon to solve in the line of duty.



Poole Probus, Pauline Rowson explaining how she writes her crime novels

I also explained how I plot, research and write my crime novels set against the backdrop of the sea on the South Coast of England.



Poole Probus, Pauline Rowson demonstrating her plot lines for her crime novels

DI Andy Horton currently features in twelve crime novels. Fatal Catch, the twelfth in  the Horton crime series, was published in 2015 with number thirteen due to be published by Severn House in February 2017.

I also introduced my new hero to the audience. Art Marvik, the troubled former Royal Marine Commando is now working as an undercover investigator for the UK's National Intelligence Marine Squad (NIMS). He first appears in Silent Running published in 2015, with his second adventure in Dangerous Cargo published in 2016.

My talk was followed by a very lively Q and A session and a book signing.  The audience were great.  My thanks to Poole Probus for inviting me to talk to them.



Poole Probus, Pauline Rowson talking to members and book signing


 

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