On Wednesday, 10 April 1912, RMS Titanic left Southampton on her maiden voyage to New York. Four days later, half an hour before midnight, she struck an iceberg. By 2 am, the last lifeboat had rowed frantically away.
Then, within only 20 minutes, the great ship had sunk and 1,500 people had lost their lives.
This book recaptures those critical four last days. Was the Titanic, despite repeated ice warnings, travelling too fast? Why was she issued with a certificate of seaworthiness when there was a fire blazing out of control in her No. 10 bunker? And why did Scurra, long before tragedy struck, remark that it was every man for himself? Download and start listening now!