Deadly Waters Selected for Independent Bookshop Initiative

I'm delighted to announce that my second marine mystery contemporary crime novel, Deadly Waters, featuring my fictional detective, Inspector Andy Horton, has been selected as one of ten titles to be featured in a special independent bookshop and library promotion in the UK from 10 February to 10 March aimed at promoting new and burgeoning talent called Exclusively Independent and supported by the Arts Council.

Deadly Waters will be featured as part of an "Arts Council initiative in conjunction with Legend Press called ‘Exclusively Independent’ aimed at bringing independent bookshops and independent publishers together to feature some of the best books from new and burgeoning talented authors." Books are selected on a monthly basis by an industry panel.

My books are already sold nationwide in a number of great independent bookshops throughout the UK and possibly in the US where they are published by Severn House. They are also in some chain bookstores, on line and in both UK and USA Libraries. I am delighted that Deadly Waters has been selected for this promotion in independent bookshops and libraries who play a valuable role in our communities.

Deadly Waters is the second in the Inspector Horton series and is available in paperback, in hardcover, Large Print, e book and available as a talking book. The fifth in the Inspector Andy Horton series, Blood on the Sand is being published in the UK in February and in the USA in May.

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Comment by I. J. Parker on January 29, 2010 at 4:35am
Was it arranged by the publisher?
Comment by Pauline Rowson on January 29, 2010 at 1:15am
Thank you both so much for taking the time to give your lovely comments. Much appreciated. This isn't a huge promotion but nevertheless an important one, as they all are. Every little helps to spread the word.
Comment by I. J. Parker on January 28, 2010 at 4:57am
Great going, Pauline!
Comment by B.R.Stateham on January 28, 2010 at 2:49am
'Atta girl . . . girl! Knock'em dead!

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