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Follow Titanic: Marsha & Danny Jones Thriller Paperback – February 16, 2012
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Top Customer Reviews
My biggest challenge is the style he uses to write dialogue
it is just not natural - almost like he is writing a movie script dialogue
His books based on factual events are good and appear to be well researched,
As a novelist he has a way to go except if you are looking for an easy read as stated before these books are ok
Follow Titanic is just the thing for a fast paced winter read that combines two things that I enjoy so much! The sea and political/criminal intrigue.
Marsha and Danny of "Sea Empress" fame are the husband and wife team that just can't help but get sidetracked into top flight dangerous missions in their "second career" as securtiy consultants for one of the worlds largest cruise ship lines. Yes, their exploits in previous Rossignol "sea going" extravaganzas sets the stage for this kindred book...The Sea Empress and Return of the Sea Empress are great backgrounds in this continuing series!( If you haven't read them..heh, they are just both a click away in the Kindle Store.
Rossignol's knowledge of proper nautical terms, his 20 years plus as an investigative reporter and Editor of a local Southern Maryland news paper, St. Mary's Today, give him the "crow's nest" viewpoint in lacing all of the political and criminal exploits together in an most believalbe spellbinding novel. His use of actual geographical points, local names and for the savvy reader parallels from actual news events that he "sprinkles with farie dust" just made me want to stay up and read as much as I could until I fell asleep in the middle of the night.
Not in the least dull...The only criticism that I'd give it is that I can't wait for the adventures of these nautical detectives and bodyguards to continue in the next published saga! FIVE STARS...You betcha!
It is just one wonderful read on my Kindle FireKindle Fire, Full Color 7" Multi-touch Display, Wi-Fi..A new prod in getting me away from the drone of cop shows on televison. Come on...when's the next adventure going to be published?
I stopped reading and purchased the book by Caplan on the Titanic referenced in "Follow Titanic". Great to have other books and authors mentioned while reading; it's so easy with my Kindle to stop and purchase those mentioned and go right back to the book being read at the time. Finished book 3 after 2 a.m. and purchased Caplan's book too.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
We took a cruise that crossed the places of the sinking of the Titanic, Lusitania, and the Bismarck. At that time I had not read these books, so I wasn’t apprehensive at all. Read morePublished 7 hours ago by Karin
Danny and Marsha are once again at sea aboard the Sea Empress. Another French cruise line is recreating the ill fated voyage of the Titanic carrying families of survivors of that... Read morePublished 11 months ago by DBW86
My first Marsha and Danny Jones read and it was a fun, light read! This is fiction, but I like how the author throws in bits of true history all over the place, making it... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Rhonda Peck
While the storyline was predictable. The characters were interesting, I love the Action and the author has a way of inserting historical information in such a way that it flows and... Read morePublished 11 months ago by PastorSteveUS
Wow. A hijacking. An iceberg. A bomb attached to the hull. Remind me to never book a cruise on the Sea Empress or the Joan of Arc. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Darryl Lee
Read this book when you want to be entertained but don't expect a thriller. It is an easy read, but not the author's best.Published 11 months ago by Carol A. Collins
I have followed news and fiction stories on the Titanic, and the "Bermuda Triangle" and found this story well researched and discovered several things re the... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Hollis E Scott