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Depth of Deception by Alexander Galant
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May 01, 12

Read in April, 2012

What an entertaining read! It catches you at the beginning and doesn't let you off the hook until the very end! And even then you're left with "food for thought".

The author's passion for historical detail is well presented throughout this journey into a web of intrigue. The story line is freckled generously with such factual information that by the conclusion you are left with the feeling that the phenomenon mentioned could very well be real. Fans of the Titanic tale will enjoy the amount of recreated detail to the tragedy.

Although I didn't find sympathy with any one character, the story line more than made up for any lack of character development. So many characters and yet somehow they blend together to bring about an amazing story in a surprising focused way!

I have read this book twice now and will definitely be reading it again to make sure I didn't miss out on any of the well-laid detail and to re-explore that question of "would you if you could".

Can't wait for the author's next book!
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