It seems that the Lordite authors will do anything to clear the name and reputation of
Captain Lord, even going so far as to besmirch the name and reputation of another captain
who at least TRIED to effect a rescue the night the Titanic went down, unlike Lord who
stuck in his room fast asleep.
This book is a bizarre mix of irrelevant photos and details. Who cares about the biographical
details of the passengers on the Mount Temple? What about the facts? Maybe Mr.Molony has
photographic diarrhoea and just has to put lots of pictures in his books? Less pictures, more
...and when it comes to the facts, what a horrid mish-mash! We are led to assume that the ship
that was seen near the wrecksite was the Almerian, even though Captain Moore's evidence destroys this. Doubt is cast on the Mount Temple's log because it has no records of events on April 14th and 15th. Funnily enough, neither has the Californian, but thats a point thats rarely mentioned in Lordite literature.
Avoid this book, in simplest, layman terms!