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Depth of Deception by Alexander Galant
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Depth of Deception

by Alexander Galant

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An intriguing concept – a woman dressed in period costume is found floating in the sea at the site of the Titanic’s demise. She purports to have been on the ship, but that was 70 years ago, so is she who she states? This event is linked to a 70 year old unsolved murder – or rather incorrectly solved – with the grandson of the at fault policeman trying to clear his name and solve the murder properly.
That seemed to me to be a little far-fetched, but give Mr Galant his due, he works mighty hard at making it convincing, and I started asking questions about just how this could happen, which characters could be believed, and would the murder actually be solved correctly. Above all, how could this apparent feat of time travel be properly dealt with?
The story is believable and reaches a number of satisfactory conclusions, but there is much to be discovered on the way. There is plenty of action and a number of misconceptions to deal with on the way.
This is a very enjoyable novel, exploring areas that I do not normally venture into. It is well written and believable, with some interesting characters to meet along the way. Well worth a look.
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  Alan1946 | Jun 25, 2016 |
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