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A gripping character driven crime mystery with twists and turns. Meet DI Andy Horton. He’s a risk-taking Harley-Davidson-riding, sailing detective who doesn’t always play by the rules . . . which often lands him in trouble with his bosses. ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐"Horton is my new favourite detective- life continually kicks him in the teeth but he always gets up agai…
 
Who is Detective Inspector Andy Horton? What has made him who he is? What is the first crime novel in the DI Andy Horton Solent Murder Mystery Series? Creator, Pauline Rowson talks about her renegade, south coast based Harley-Davidson riding, sailing detective, a man of contrasts with a desperate need to belong yet who is always on the outside. Gri…
 
Eight months ago, DI Horton’s life fell apart when he was suspended for misconduct. His wife kicked him out and stopped him seeing his daughter. With his personal and professional life still in a mess, Horton is back in Portsmouth CID and now it doesn’t look good for a detective under suspicion to be the one to find a dead body. His colleagues don’…
 
In this podcast episode I talk about bobbies on bicycles, women police officers, and police boxes in 1950s England, the era for my Inspector Ryga mysteries. Scotland Yard detective, Inspector Alun Ryga, a former German prisoner-of-war, teams up with former war photographer, Eva Paisley, to solve baffling coastal crimes around the coast of England i…
 
Pauline Rowson in conversation with BBC Radio Solent presenter Julian Clegg on his Breakfast Show, talking about her crime novels and the third in her mystery thriller series (4) featuring former Royal Marine Commando Art Marvik, LOST VOYAGE. This was a live interview in 2017.
 
A compelling thriller of identity theft, fraud, embezzlement and murder. In this episode I'm talking to an audience in Hampshire about the inspiration behind one of my early mystery thrillers, IN FOR THE KILL. I hope you can hear it OK and enjoy listening to it. You can find details of all my crime novels on my website at www.rowmark.co.uk along wi…
 
I am the author of twenty four published crime novels set against the backdrop of the ever changing sea on the English coast: the contemporary set DI Andy Horton crime novels; the action-packed Art Marvik mystery thrillers; the 1950s set Inspector Ryga mysteries and two standalone thrillers. In this episode I'm talking about how to start writing an…
 
In this episode I talk about my undercover investigator, Art Marvik who currently appears in four action-packed, fast-paced, mystery thrillers. "Fans of Rowson’s DI Andy Horton books will be delighted with her new series featuring former marine commando Art Marvik. A tense, terrifying thrill ride that twists and turns with dizzying speed, combined …
 
This is an extract from a talk I gave, here I am talking about creating characters in my DI Andy Horton series of crime novels and how I draw up plot lines. All my crime novels are available in paperback, as ebooks, on Amazon Kindle and most are also available as audio books. For more information about my crime novels and articles on writing visit …
 
Inspector Ryga is on his way to the port of Newhaven, East Sussex to investigate why an ordinary police constable has met his death in the harbour and his sensible, law-abiding wife has gone missing. In this extract from the audio book of DEATH IN THE HARBOUR, former war photographer, Eva Paisley joins Inspector Ryga. The audio book is read by acto…
 
Pauline Rowson talks to John A. Hoda on his My Favourite Detective Show - in this extract I'm talking about the emotional baggage of one of my character's, Inspector Ryga, choosing characters names and why I set my crime novels against the backdrop of the every changing sea. You can listen to the full podcast at My Favourite Detective…
 
Scotland Yard's Inspector Ryga teams up with former war photographer, Eva Paisley, in DEATH IN THE COVE (1) set on the Island of Portland, Dorset; DEATH IN THE HARBOUR (2) set in Newhaven Port, East Sussex, and DEATH IN THE NETS (3) set in the fishing port of Brixham, Devon in these atmospheric 1950s set mysteries. Listen to an extract from the aud…
 
Crime author Pauline Rowson talks to John A. Hoda about her Portsmouth based detective, DI Andy Horton who features in 15 crime novels. This is an extract from the full interview of "My Favourite Detective Podcast, Episode 136". Pauline Rowson is the author of twenty-four crime novels: fifteen in the DI Andy Horton series; four Art Marvik mystery t…
 
DEATH IN THE COVE is the first in the Inspector Ryga 1950s set mystery series with DEATH IN THE HARBOUR no. 2 and DEATH IN THE NETS no. 3. Ryga is a detective with Scotland Yard's Criminal Investigation Department and because of his background in the Merchant Navy, and his thoughtful analytical approach he is sent out to investigate baffling coasta…
 
England 1950, a country still in the grip of austerity and rationing. Scotland Yard's detective, Inspector Ryga is detailed to solve a series of baffling coastal crimes.The Inspector Ryga atmospheric mystery series by Pauline Rowson - listen to the book trailer for the first in the Ryga series, DEATH IN THE COVE.…
 
This extract is from a talk I gave, I'm talking about the inspiration behind DI Andy Horton crime novel, UNDERCURRENT, set in Portsmouth's Historic Dockyard on the south coast of England. UNDERCURRENT is number nine in the series of currently fifteen. Horton is a man defined by a tormented past, but with hopes for his future.…
 
TIDE OF DEATH is the first in the DI Andy Horton series of crime novels set against the atmospheric backdrop of the sea in the Solent area of Portsmouth and the Isle of Wight on the South Coast of England. Listen to an extract from Chapter One of TIDE OF DEATH the first in this fast-paced, multi-layered and entertaining crime series - currently fif…
 
This is an extract from a talk I gave in Portsmouth, England in July 2021 about my Inspector Andy Horton crime novels set in Portsmouth and on the Isle of Wight. Here I am talking about how Rat Island in Portsmouth Harbour inspired DI Andy Horton crime novel DEAD PASSAGE and how I turn ideas into plots for my novels.…
 
This podcast is an extract of a talk I gave to an audience of creative people in Portsmouth on the south coast of England. I'm talking about my fictional detective, Inspector Andy Horton, why I chose to set these crime novels in the vibrant coastal city of Portsmouth, and what inspired me to become a writer.…
 
In this podcast I talk about beginning to write, what to write and my long road to getting published. I hope it provides inspiration to aspiring writers and will be of interest to others who enjoy reading and listening to books. I now have twenty-four crime novels, mysteries and thrillers published, fifteen in the DI Andy Horton series; four Marvik…
 
Mystery thriller IN COLD DAYLIGHT by Pauline Rowson inspired by a conversation with firefighters on Red Watch, Southsea. I decided to take this idea and work it up into a thrilling fast–paced plot. I also choose not to feature as the main protagonist a brave fire fighter but a reluctant hero, Adam Greene. When fire-fighter Jack Bartholomew, is kill…
 
Pauline Rowson, crime author, talking to an audience about how she researches her contemporary set DI Andy Horton crime novels, which are set against the backdrop of the sea. There are sixteen in the DI Andy Horton series, four in the Marvik mystery thriller series, two standalone thrillers and three in her 1950s set Inspector Ryga mysteries.…
 
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