Just finished Gilded Lives, Fatal Voyage
, which focused on the first-class passengers of the Titanic
. It was interesting, a quick and easy read, but didn't reveal much new information, and it had the same photographs that 90% of all the other Titanic
books include. Books by the smaller publishers done by true researchers are definitely the way to go.
I was surprised at how many survivors later committed suicide.
Next up is Appointment in Samarra
. Elin Hilderbrand has mentioned it in so many of her novels, I couldn't resist getting it.