Review of On a Cold Dark Sea by Elizabeth Blackwell

On a Cold Dark SeaLuxury Liner, Lies, and Lifeboat 21. 

April 15, 1912.  Lifeboat 21 saves a mere 12 lives instead of the 65 it was built to hold. This is not just another tale of the Titanic’s voyage but an exploration of the aftermath left in its wake. Three women, each with her own secrets, rowed to rescue that night amid the wails of other passengers freezing in the arctic waters. On a Cold Dark Sea (Lake Union) by Elizabeth Blackwell takes us into their lives before and after the tragedy and examines what it means to be a lucky survivor.

Read the rest of my review at BookTrib.com here.

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