View the stunning locations of the explosive new marine crime novel Silent Running by Pauline Rowson

View some photos of the stunning atmospheric locations on the South Coast of England, the setting for the explosive new marine crime novel featuring former marine commando, special boat services officer, Art Marvik, Silent Running.


Adrift after leaving the marines, Marvik finds himself being used as bait to catch a ruthless killer whose slaying spree spans the decades.

It's a mission that will put all his skills and training to the test- a dangerous assignment that could cost him his life

Published 30 March 2015 by Severn House











Weymouth Marina - one of the locations featured in Silent Running, an Art Marvik marine crime novel.

The approach to Weymouth Marina featured in the explosive marine crime nove, Silent Running by Pauline Rowson


Art Marvik and Helen Shannon are on board his boat waiting for the bridge to lift so they can enter the marina on their quest to find the truth behind the murder of Helen's sister, Esther, in 1997.






Marvik travels to Littlehampton on his motor cruiser to talk to DI Duncan Ross about the investigation into the murder of Esther Shannon in 1997.

Chichester Marina featured in the marine crime novel, Silent Running by Pauline Rowson


Chichester Marina featured in the marine crime novel, Silent Running by Pauline Rowson

 


Chichester Harbour and the ancient Roman hamlet of Dell Quay also featured in Silent Running.



Silent Running is published in hardcover in the UK and is available to buy on line or from all good bookstores.  It is also available for loan in UK libraries.

Pauline Rowson is the author of the DI Andy Horton Marine Mystery Series of which there are currently eleven. Number 12 in the Horton series, Fatal Catch, will be published in September 2015. She is also the author of two standalone crime novels, In Cold Daylight and In For The Kill.



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