Pauline Rowson's Inspector Andy Horton crime novels have been likened by readers and reviewers to those of Peter James and Peter Robinson, and a cross between Ian Rankin and John Harvey, hailed as being "outstanding British police procedurals", "multi-layered", "full of twists and turns" and "gripping". If it's a fast-paced story with a flawed, rugged copper who is instinctive, bucks the system AND gets results then Inspector Andy Horton is your man. He currently appears in 14 crime novels. Then there are three mystery thrillers featuring undercover investigator and former marine commando Art Marvik who is working for the UK's National Intelligence Marine Squad on crimes that stretch across the decades. While her two standalone thrillers, In Cold Daylight and In For The Kill have readers comparing her writing to that of Robert Goddard and Jeffrey Deaver. Her plots are multi-layered so you'll need to follow hard to keep up with all the players and sub plots but it will be well worth it if you enjoy gripping story lines and action. Pauline Rowson's crime novels are set against the backdrop of the sea. She admits to being a terrified sailor and can can never be away from the sea for too long before suffering withdrawal symptoms. She can often be found walking the coastal paths in southern England looking for a good place to put a body and has so far managed to avoid arrest although she's optimistic that one day Inspector Andy Horton might do just that! For more visit www.rowmark.co.uk.