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Some of the settings used in Art Marvik crime novel, Silent Running, now in paperback


Silent Running - An Art Marvik Marine Crime Novel by Pauline RowsonSilent Running, the first in the series to feature former Royal Marine Commando, Special Boat Services Officer, Art Marvik, is now available in paperback.  It is also published in hardcover, as an ebook and in Large Print, and in July will be available as an unabridged audio book.

In Silent Running, Marvik finds himself being seconded to work undercover for the National Intelligence Marine Squad (NIMS) headed by Detective Chief Superintendent Crowder. It is Marvik's first mission for NIMS and he is sucked into a dangerous and deadly mission, in a race to find a killer whose slaying spree spans the decades.

The second in the Art Marvik marine crime series, Dangerous Cargo, will be published by Severn House in hardcover in the UK on 31 May 2016 and in the USA on 1 September 2016 and I am busy writing the third in the Marvik series.

View some of the locations on the South Coast of England used in Silent Running.


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



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Approach to Weymouth MarinaThe approach to Weymouth Marina - 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.




West Beach Littlehampton featured in Art Marvik marine crime novel, Silent RunningMarvik travels to Littlehampton on his motor cruiser to talk to DI Duncan Ross about the investigation into the murder of Esther Shannon in 1997.

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


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POSTED BY: PAULINE ROWSON
MAY 16TH, 2016 @ 5:00:08 UTC
 
 


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RE: Some of the settings used in Art Marvik crime novel, Silent Running, now in paperback


Love your DI Horton series but hard to get at the library.

COMMENT BY GEOFF MULLINS, MAY 22ND, 2016 @ 15:29:51 UTC

RE: Some of the settings used in Art Marvik crime novel, Silent Running, now in paperback


Hi Geoff, Glad you like DI Horton. Which library/libraries do you use? If you let me know I will ask my publisher to check them out. Many thanks. Pauline

COMMENT BY PAULINE ROWSON, MAY 22ND, 2016 @ 15:38:08 UTC
 

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