A Night to Remember
Walter Lord's brilliant graphic account of the sinking of the Titanic, one of the most extraordinary true-life dramas of this century. Lord's acclaimed book is both a thriller and a riveting social record. He defines in every detail the tragic events of that horrific night.
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Publicity surrounding the Academy Award- winning motion picture Titanic makes this a sure-to-circulate choice. Lord's classic time-travel tale drawn from survivors' accounts remains the best Titanic ... Read full review
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