Last chance to enter the competition to win a copy of Pauline Rowson's NEW Art Marvik crime novel, DANGEROUS CARGO

The closing date for entries for the competition to win an ebook copy of Dangerous Cargo is coming up fast. Severn House Publishers have 5 ebooks of my latest crime novel DANGEROUS CARGO the second in the marine mystery series featuring former Royal Marine Commando, turned undercover marine investigator, Art Marvik, to give away. So make sure you get your entry in before midnight on the 30 September 2016.

Dangerous Cargo is the second in the Art Marvik series with Silent Running, the first, published in 2015.

Dangerous Cargo, an Art Marvik Marine Thriller

Art Marvik, has a new and deadly mission to accomplish for the National Intelligence Marine Squad (NIMS) to catch a ruthless killer whose murders span over half a century.  

"Marvik's second outing is even more muscular than his debut, (Silent Running 2015) as Rowson edges her detective puzzles ever closer to thriller territory." Kirkus Reviews USA

"Dangerous Cargo is the sort of book where you can’t look away for a second, or you’ll be sunk, so to speak. Pauline Rowson is the queen of misdirection in this outing for former marine Art Marvik." Crime Review

Enter the Dangerous Cargo ebook competition

Closing Date

The competition is open to all.  Closing date 30 September 2016

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