About this title.
DEATH AT THE TITANIC is a crime and mystery story about risk, exploitation, love and greed. Jack Stagg, former SAS, is a novice private investigator, fresh from the killing fields of Iraq and bored with his failing business. Into his office walks Laura Walters, an haute-coutured and attractive woman whose husband, in mysterious circumstances, recently dropped dead in the Titanic, a seedy London pub. The police found no suspicious circumstances and declared the death as due to natural causes. Stagg agrees to investigate the case and in doing so becomes involved with the patrons and staff of the Titanic together with dubious characters from the European underworld. Stagg meets up with his old SAS buddy, Mike, and together they find themselves in pursuit of the Serbian, Petrovich, as he tries to flee the country with Laura.
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About this Author.
The author is a retired microbiologist. Since retirement, he returned to study and completed a BA in Contemporary Studies, including the History of Ideas and Modern European History, and an MA in British Social History. He has also studied creative fiction writing.
He lives with his wife Suzy on the beautiful Kapiti Coast in New Zealand.