All Things Titanic
From Time to Time by Jack Finney
In the sequel to Time and Again, Simon Morley leaves the 19th century and tries to stop World War I.
A Good Woman by Danielle Steel
Her life and family changed forever by the sinking of the Titanic, Annabelle Worthington flees New York for war-torn France, where, in a field hospital run by women in the midst of World War I, she finds her true calling in medicine.
How to Survive the Titanic: the Sinking of J. Bruce Ismay by Frances Wilson
An account of the Titanic’s sinking focuses on the story of the ship’s owner, revealing the reasons behind his jump and the repercussions of his actions.
Last Dinner on the Titanic by Rick Archbold
A cookbook designed to recreate the atmosphere of dining on the famous, doomed luxury liner serves up such recipes as Lobster Thermidor, Quail’s Eggs in Aspic with Caviar, and Poached Salmon with Dilled Mousseline Sauce and Cucumber.
Raise the Titanic! by Clive Cussler
The R.M.S. Titanic, sunk in 1912, has in her hold a very rare element, byzanium, needed to complete the U.S. Sicilian Project. The task of raising her is hampered by the presence of Russian spies and a very nasty hurricane.
SOS Titanic by Eve Bunting
Fifteen-year-old Barry O’Neill, traveling from Ireland to America on the maiden voyage of the Titanic, finds his life endangered when the ship hits an iceberg and begins to sink.
Describes the first woman’s exploration of the Titanic shipwreck and the challenges she faced.
Inside story of the three-year adventure that rewrote motion picture history.
The sinking of the Titanic, as the dramatic story unfolded in the British press.
Titanic Legacy: disaster as media event and myth by Paul Heyer
This is the first book to deal exclusively with the influence and meaning of what media historian Paul Heyer calls our century’s first collective nightmare.
The Titanic murders by Max Allan Collins
Acclaimed mystery writer Jacques Futrelle and his wife are enjoying their second honeymoon aboard the Titanic. But when another passenger–who has been practicing blackmail–is found smothered in a locked stateroom, the Captain turns to Futrelle.
Describes the author’s experiences during two disasters at sea.
Titanic: women and children first by Judith B. Geller
Poignant accounts of those caught up in the world’s worst maritime disaster.