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The Brittle Sea

The Titanic disaster is the catalyst that sparks a bloody feud between two families in early 20th century America.
Magda Asparov is travelling from her home in the Ukraine to be the chosen bride of Matthew Turner III. But the ill-fated voyage of the unsinkable ship has far reaching consequesnces for her and her saviour.
As a new chapter in American history unfolds, Magda has lost her memory and the Captain of her rescue ship, Richard Blackmore has fallen for her alter-ego.
A mental illness, betrayal, murder and corruption destroy Blackmore's life until all that remains is for him to seek revenge. 

Review from PJS June 2020
I love family sagas and this one certainly didn’t disappoint. The story starts with Magda sailing off to a new world and new life aboard the Titanic. What happened after its demise is where the story really begins. With many twists and turns this book is compelling reading. This is not a stand alone book and leaves the reader with many questions to ask. I am really looking forward to the next book in the series to continue the story. 

The Brittle Sea -  Review By Devi, July 2020
Overall, 4/5 stars. A very captivating read. 

The Brittle Sea - Review by Ginny Stone on Goodreads
July 2020
"A compelling read! Ever wondered what it must be like to survive a major disaster?"

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