A Cold Night in the Atlantic
Deep in the dark Atlantic, the U.S. Navy s newest submersible Ballard is on a top secret training mission at the wreck of the RMS Titanic. In the stern half of the wreck, Commander Joseph R. Browder discovers a huge cache of gold coins and a secret that will rock the world. Travel back to 1912 with the crew and the shipbuilders and re-live the dark conspiracy of gold, dynamite and murder. This is an exciting adventure that you will want to read cover to cover, non-stop. There is so much more about this tragedy than has ever been told before. Kevin Wright Carney puts you aboard the ill fated liner in a way that you have never experienced. You will never look at the wreck of the Titanic the same way again.
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