Silent Running the explosive new marine crime novel by Pauline Rowson now published

I'm delighted to announce that my new marine crime novel Silent Running  has been published by Severn House in hardcover in the UK.

Silent Running introduces former marine commando, Special Boat Services Officer, Art Marvik in a new series set against the marine landscape of the South Coast of England.

Over the coming weeks on this blog there will be a series of extracts from Silent Running and photographs of the locations used in the novel.

Silent Running is an action-packed crime novel that carries my usual trademark of being set against the atmospheric backdrop of the sea and with a complex plot.

Adrift after leaving the marines, Marvik unexpectedly finds himself being  used as bait to catch a ruthless killer whose slaying spree  spans the decades. In a race against time, Marvik is sucked into a dangerous  assignment and a web of deceit that will need all his skills, and those of his  friend, former Marine Special Forces Communicator, Shaun Strathen, to get to  the truth. Their mission, to stop a ruthless killer before he kills again.

Edwin Buckhalter, Chairman of Severn House Publishers, says, ‘Silent Running has all the hallmarks of a good  Rowson novel, the setting and atmosphere, the sailing and boats, interesting  characters, and the intricate, complex plot. It is certainly something that will excite her existing fans and bring  in new readers.’

And for DI Andy Horton fans, Death Surge, is now available in paperback.

Plus the latest DI Andy Horton marine mystery, Shroud of Evil is available in hardcover and as an ebook,

Fatal Catch, the twelfth in the DI Andy Horton series, is to be published by Severn House in autumn of 2015.

All my crime novels are available from all good bookstores and on line. They can also be loaned from libraries in the UK, USA and Commonwealth.


Popular posts from this blog

Harlequin USA buy mass market direct to consumer paperback rights to Pauline Rowson's crime novel, Fatal Catch

Look who's got a taste for murder

Searching for bodies in the water - how science is helping the police