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I recently finished reading a book that kept me glued to the pages. It is called "Titanic's Last Secrets". You would think that after all this time, there wouldn't be anything new to report about the Titanic, but you would also be very wrong.
It is about a pair of deep sea divers who discover a section of the sunken ship that has previously been missed, and the significance of those missing parts, and how they alter the accepted facts of what really happened to the doomed ship.
It is about 300 pages and just like reading a CSI-type of book, with some history mixed in. A great read that should not be missed by any one interested in CSI, deep sea forensics, or the Titanic!