A New York Times best-selling author, Max Allan Collins has twice won Shamus Awards for his vivid, history-based mysteries, including The Titanic Murders. Set in the midst of great disasters and filled with a fascinating mix of real and fictional characters, these works dazzle both mystery fans and history buffs alike. On the night of December 5, 1941, Tarzan author Edgar Rice Burroughs discovers the body of Pearl Harada, a gorgeous Japanese-American nightclub singer, on the beach. Although one of her lovers is charged with the murder, a police detective asks Burroughs to investigate further. Two days later, before Burroughs can unravel the clues, bombs fall on Pearl Harbor. But as the dust clears, so does the evidence: there must be a connection between Pearl's death and the Japanese attack. Max Allan Collins is a man of many talents. Besides writing award-winning fiction and nonfiction, he wrote the Dick Tracy comic strip for 16 years and is a noted independent filmmaker. With dramatic flair, narrator Jeff Woodman voices the truly international cast of characters. Download and start listening now!