We may only be in October and with the fast approaching 100th anniversary of the loss of the Titanic almost upon us, the increase of books on the subject is expected. But one book stands out from the rest as THE book for 2012 - 'Titanic in Photographs'. As a long time researcher and collector on Titanic, we crave for those new finds. And, oh boy does this book deliver. Not only do we see a wide selection of photographs we have all been raised upon in a clarity not seen before, but throughout the book are many newly published images, here for the first time and in one handsome volume. The book is a pure gem, page after page. Not to be confused with other photographic books previously released, 'Titanic in Photographs' captures the spirit of Titanic like never before and in photographs that could have been taken only yesterday. Each chapter starts with a page or two, a prequel for the images. Then the images along with captions continue the story. In short, the book is a joy. And finally, it's a book on the subject where the authors and those involved know the difference between Titanic and her sisters. What you see is what you get - Titanic, in every bit of the sense.