This was a book that was well written and expertly intertwined the past and the present, with a century old mystery. This wasn't quite what I expected, and there was very little in the book that had to actually do with the Titanic.
I had a really hard time reading this book, it had nothing to do with the way it was written or anything like that, but I found most of the book had to do with the world of Wall Street, with stocks and bonds, something that I wasn't that interested in.
I don't want to say too much because I didn't finish it.
Overall, I think that this was a well-written book that someone else would enjoy much more than I I did.
I received this book from the publisher in return for an honest review.
I have been interested in the Titanic for a very long time. This book is so well written with intrigue, details and up to the date material that I would highly recommend this book (and any others by Mary Starns Clark) to all the readers out there. I wait expectantly for her next book in this series and look forward to reading it. What a great read!
I really enjoyed this fictional account of a family's heritage over a period of 100 years. Because of the 100 yr. anniversary of the Titanic it fell right in line with the tragic fate of that mighty vessel and the death of so many people.
The novel held your attention right up to the very end wondering who was behind the mystery of the bonds that were bought during the voyage on the the Titanic.