Alexander Galant brings the reader page after page of suspense and intrigue Depth of Deception: A Titanic Based Mystery. It gives the reader more than they bargained for.
A woman is found floating in the waters of the Atlantic Ocean dressed from the early 1900s. She claims to have been on the Titanic. How can that be when it is 1982? She knows details that very few know. She is too much like a woman that….survived the wreck? What about a mysterious murder a few years before the sinking of the big ship? Why are people trying to keep it covered up and how could it connect to the 1912 tragedy? As questions are answered, more and more questions arise. Who is behind it all and why?
The story is very fast paced with relatively short chapters that keep the reader hopping. The plot is….indescribable. There are so many storylines that are running, crisscrossing, and slamming into each other that there is never a dull moment while reading.
Mr. Galant’s writing is entertaining and engaging. He doesn’t leave the reader hanging. He keeps everything interesting and active. The characters are believable. The story is something you have discover yourself.
The language is relatively mild. There was only one F-bomb I noted. There are no embarrassing scenes or gory scenes. This is a mystery thriller.
This is one of the books you have to read for 2012. I more than enjoyed it. I couldn’t stop reading it and completed it in one day. Needless to say, I didn’t get a lot done. You have to check this book out. It was wonderful, and if I say anything else I’ll ruin it. Though there were so many twists….
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