Murder on the Titanic: a novel

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Broadman & Holman Publishers, Jan 1, 1998 - Fiction - 487 pages
17 Reviews
Using the Titanic's historic voyage and tragedy as a backdrop, Jim Walker's spine-tingling novel follows fictional character Morgan Fairfield as he fights to stay alive and protect his valuable cargo -- a proposed peace treaty. A mystery not to be missed!

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Very suspenseful and exciting, with a GREAT ending. - Goodreads
As a novel it is well-researched and well-written. - Goodreads
An incredibly cornball tacked-on ending. - Goodreads
Was surprised at the ending. - Goodreads

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User Review  - Delmar H. Dolbier - Goodreads

A melodramatic potboiler, perhaps of some interest to romance or Chritianity fans. Marred by many technical inaccuracies and the use of every imaginable cliché. Elements from Jack Finney's From Time ... Read full review

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User Review  - Alyssa White - Goodreads

Better than a 3, but doesn't deserve a 4. This book was very detailed in every moment off the character's lives - almost to the point there was too much. I do enjoy the tales of the Titanic and this ... Read full review

Contents

Section 1
28
Section 2
56
Section 3
68
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About the author (1998)

Walker is Senior Pastor with the Evangelical Free Church.

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