Javier Rovira is a concert pianist and teacher at the conservatory in Madrid, as well as a holding a degree in Hispanic Philology from the UNED. Trained in Madrid, Paris and Brussels, he has given recitals in numerous countries and has performed as a soloist with various orchestras.
As a cultural manager, he is the founder and artistic director of the Clásicos en el Parque Festival, which is held every July in Rodalquilar (Cabo de Gata-Níjar Nature Reserve, Almería). For years he has combined his musical and teaching activities with literature: his novel Private Session (2012) was very well received by critics and was the runner up at the Festival du Premier Roman de Chambèry (France). Rough Sea is his second published novel.
Literary Genres: police, black and suspense
Published at: RBA (Spain) - Temas de Hoy