Over the years I've become noted for not adhering to the conventional wisdom. Recently, I realized that it was difficult to connect my ideas together because they are spread over this forum and others. So, I created a modest new book, "Titanic Myths, Titanic Truths." It is available through Amazon as a print-on-demand softback. The price is deliberatly modest to ease wallet pain. Those who have been following my posts will find little new here. The book just puts everything between two covers. And, those who support the conventional wisdom are warned they probably shouldn't bother with this new book to avoid appoplectic fits. http://www.amazon.com/Titanic-Myths-Tru ... 898&sr=1-3
Readers of "Titanic Myths, Titanic Truths" will discover that I appear to be arguing with myself because much of what I say now differs from my earlier book, "The Last Log Of The Titanic." This is true. I am arguing with myself. Never fear, however, I won the argument.
Thanks in advance to anyone who buys the book. Fair warning, though, I don't plan to defend or discuss it beyond this short announcement. I would rather spend my time on the forum debating specific issues.
-- David G. Brown