The latest in the popular Detective Inspector Andy Horton British police procedural crime novels by Pauline Rowson, DEAD PASSAGE, is to be published on 18 October 2018.
DEAD PASSAGE, number fourteen in the series, set against the backdrop of the sea on the South Coast of England in Portsmouth, is to be published simultaneously in paperback and as an ebook. It will be available for sale Worldwide as well as for loan in libraries in the UK, USA, Commonwealth and in some European libraries.
Set against the visually strong, unique, vibrant, diverse and atmospheric backdrop of the sea of Portsmouth and the Isle of Wight, Pauline Rowson's Detective Inspector Andy Horton police procedural crime novels have been hailed as "exemplary," "multi-layered" "cleverly plotted" and "full of twists and turns"with an "especially good series hero, a likeable fellow with plenty of street smarts and the requisite personal baggage."
A mysterious telephone call sends Horton on a complex and twisted investigation into the death of a local politician twelve years ago and uncovers a trail of lies, secrets and revenge with roots deep in the past.
Pauline Rowson is the author of eighteen crime novels, thirteen featuring the rugged and flawed Portsmouth detective, Inspector Andy Horton, three in the mystery series featuring Art Marvik, former Royal Marine Commando now an undercover investigator for the UK's National Intelligence Marine Squad (NIMS) and two standalone thrillers, the award winning, In Cold Daylight and In For the Kill.
Her crime novels have been highly acclaimed in both the UK and the USA and have been translated into several languages with the Inspector Andy Horton crimes novels optioned by top television production company, Lime Pictures, who are seeking to bring the enigmatic detective to the TV screens.
Pauline Rowson's crime novels are published in hardcover, paperback, ebook, on Amazon Kindle and on Kobo and some are also available in large print and in audio book.
Dead Passage will be published in paperback and as an ebook on the 18 October 2018.