Murder on the Titanic: A Novel
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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