What's on in April for crime author Pauline Rowson

It's April and that means it's the London Book Fair.  It's also the first month of publication of the brand new crime novel to feature a new hero, Art Marvik in  Silent Running and the  publication of DI Andy Horton number 8, Death Lies Beneath, in Large Print.



Silent Running the explosive new marine crime novel featuring former marine commando Art Marvik



Silent Running, introducing former marine commando, Special Boat Services Officer, Art Marvik is set against the marine landscape of the South Coast of England. 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

Now published in hardcover in the UK.  Buy on line or order from any bookshop.

Silent Running will be published in the USA on 1 July 2015 when it will also be released as an ebook.


Also in April

Death Lies Beneath - DI Andy Horton 8. to be published in Large Print  on 24 April 2015

Death Lies Beneath also available in paperback, as an ebook on Kindle and as an unabridged audio book

As the tension mounts to solve the case, Horton receives a chilling message; time, it seems, is also running out for him personally… 

Read a sample



The London Book Fair 14-16 April 2015


I will also be at the London Book Fair meeting up with my publisher, Severn House, my overseas agents and other colleagues in the book trade.

Writing


I have now finished writing the second in the Art Marvik crime series and have put it aside for the final read through later to concentrate on finishing DI Andy Horton number 13 in the series.

Here's looking forward to a busy April.

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