Silent Running, the new Pauline Rowson crime novel, featured on front page of Publishers Weekly at The London Book Fair

A lovely piece of news greeted me on the first day of the London Book Fair 2015 on 14 April when my publisher Edwin Buckhalter of Severn House handed me a copy of the first book fair edition of Publishers Weekly to see that my explosive new crime novel Silent Running, introducing former marine commando Art Marvik, was featured on the front page.

Silent Running the new crime novel by Pauline Rowson introducing former marine commando Art Marvik, featured in Publishers Weekly

 The London Book Fair was held at Olympia from 14th to 16th April.

Edwin Buckhalter, Chairman of Severn House says, 'The Art Marvik series has all the hallmarks of the Rowson brand - a troubled hero, 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.'

Pauline Rowson with her publishers Severn House at the London Book Fair on 14 April 2015.

Pauline Rowson is the author of the popular crime series featuring DI Andy Horton, which has been optioned for a television series by one of the UK's top television production companies, Lime Pictures. Pauline Rowson is also the author of the award winning  thriller, In Cold Daylight and In For The Kill. All her novels, including Silent Running, the first in the Art Marvik series are set against the backdrop of the sea on the South Coast of England. Published by Severn House they have attracted rave reviews from the UK and the USA.

Silent Running is available in hardcover in the UK from all bookstores, online and for loan in libraries.  It will be published in hardcover in the USA on July 1st and available as an e book and on Kindle from July 1st 2015.


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