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Pauline Rowson was talking to Julian Clegg BBC Radio Solent about the new Art Marvik Mystery, Lost Voyage

Pauline Rowson was talking to Julian Clegg on the BBC Radio Solent Breakfast Show on Tuesday 18 July about the latest Art Marvik Mystery, Lost Voyage, published in hardcover in the UK on the 10 July 2017 and in the USA on 1 November 2018



Lost Voyage is the third in the crime series to feature former Royal Marine Commando, Art Marvik, an undercover investigator for the UK's National Intelligence Marine Squad (NIMS).

Set against the backdrop of the Severn Sisters cliffs, Beachy Head and the coastal towns of Newhaven and Eastbourne on the south coast of England.






Marvik receives an unexpected summons to meet Helen Shannon, a woman he helped on his first mission. When a body is discovered in her flat, Marvik is convinced that Helen is being framed for murder, but why and by whom? Before he has a chance to follow it up, the head of the National Marine Intelligence Squad, (NIMS) Detective Chief Superintendent Crowder, asks Marvik to investigate the disappearance of a salvage vessel, t…

On location with Art Marvik in the latest thriller, Lost Voyage by Pauline Rowson

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Lost Voyage is the third marine based thriller to feature undercover investigator, Art Marvik, who undertakes dangerous assignments on behalf of the UK's National Intelligence Marine Squad (NIMS). Lost Voyage was published by Severn House in the UK on 10 July 2017.


Lost voyage, like the other crime novels in the Marvik series (Silent Running and Dangerous Cargo) is set against the backdrop of the sea. In Lost Voyage Marvik's mission takes him along the south coast of England to the Severn Sisters cliffs, Beachy Head and the coastal towns of Newhaven and Eastbourne.

Here are some photographs taken when I was on location research while writing Lost Voyage.



In the third in the series, Art Marvik, former Royal Marine Commando, is surprised by a late-night summons to meet Helen Shannon, a woman he helped on his first mission. (Silent Running).Marvik sets off on his powerful motorboat from the Isle of Wight for East Sussex to assist Helen.  He's convinced that Helen Shannon is…

Pauline Rowson will be on BBC Radio Solent 18 July 2017

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I will be onBBC Radio Solent on the 18 July talking to Julian Clegg on his Breakfast Show about the new Art Marvik marine mystery, Lost Voyage and my crime novels.  I'll be on air at about 7.50am.

You can listen live on BBC Radio Solent at 96.1FM, 103.8FM and Digital, or catch the interview after the show on BBC iplayer.





You can listen to my previous interviews on BBC Radio Solent by clicking on the links below.

Listen to Pauline Rowson on BBC Radio Solent talking to Julian Clegg about her crime novels on 27 September 2016

Listen to Pauline Rowson talking to Julian Clegg BBC Radio Solent 7 June 2016

Listen to Pauline Rowson talking to Julian Clegg on BBC Radio Solent January 2016




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Tales of crime on a balmy summer evening at the coastal hamlet of Prinsted for Pauline Rowson

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I was in good company both literally and spiritually on Friday 7 July when I gave a talk about my crime novels and crime writing to members of the Prinsted and Emsworth Reading Groups at a place where the Queen of crime fiction, Agatha Christie, used to spend time with her aunt.

Lost Voyage, an Art Marvik marine mystery, by Pauline Rowson, now published in hardcover

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Lost Voyage, the third in the marine mystery series of crime novels to feature former Royal Marine Commando, Art Marvik, an undercover investigator for the UK's National Intelligence Marine Squad (NIMS), has been published by Severn House in hardcover in the UK (10 July 2017).

 It will be published in the USA on 1 November 2017.

Marvik is surprised to receive an unexpected summons to meet Helen Shannon, a woman he helped on his first mission. When a body is discovered in her flat, Marvik is convinced that Helen is being framed for murder, but why and by whom? Before he has a chance to follow it up, the head of the National Marine Intelligence Squad, (NIMS) Detective Chief Superintendent Crowder, asks Marvik to investigate the disappearance of a salvage vessel, the Mary Jo, which went missing in 2003.  As Marvik delves into the past, it becomes clear that he faces a desperate battle to keep Helen and others safe from a ruthless assassin – one who will stop at nothing in order to pro…

Lost Voyage, an Art Marvik marine mystery, by Pauline Rowson

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Published in the UK 10 July 2017 and in the USA 1 November 2017. Pre-order on Amazon or through any bookseller.

The third in the Art Marvik Marine Mystery Series. Featuring former Royal Marine Commando now undercover investigator for the UK's  National Intelligence Marine Squad (NIMS). 





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Lost Voyage, the latest in the Art Marvik Marine Mystery series, by Pauline Rowson, to be published in July

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Lost Voyage, the third in the crime series to feature former Royal Marine Commando, Art Marvik, an undercover investigator for the UK's National Intelligence Marine Squad (NIMS) is to be published by Severn House in hardcover in the UK on 10 July 2017 and in the USA on 1 November 2017.


Lost Voyage is set against the backdrop of the Severn Sisters cliffs, Beachy Head and the coastal towns of Newhaven and Eastbourne on the south coast of England.

Marvik is surprised to receive an unexpected summons to meet Helen Shannon, a woman he helped on his first mission. When a body is discovered in her flat, Marvik is convinced that Helen is being framed for murder, but why and by whom? Before he has a chance to follow it up, the head of the National Marine Intelligence Squad, (NIMS) Detective Chief Superintendent Crowder, asks Marvik to investigate the disappearance of a salvage vessel, the Mary Jo, which went missing in 2003.  As Marvik delves into the past, it becomes clear that he faces a d…