Lusitania Lost Book Review from @kleffnotes

Alma Brady is trying to escape a dangerous man and his gang in the pages of Lusitania Lost. This is the final voyage of the world’s fastest luxury liner, who history tells us what torpedoed by a German U-boat in the first year of World War I. Alma will be one of the women aboard who are heading out to be nurses in Europe. Full of romance and action, this historical story is something with a little bit for any reader.

With her voyage booked, Alma thinks that she will be safe from the dangers of her past, but things are never really as they appear. Once aboard the ship she meets Matthew Vane, a war correspondent who want to find out just what weapons might be lurking in the cargo hold of the Lusitania. With the threat of U-boats and heightened fears of sinking after the Titanic disaster, the passengers aboard the Lusitania are not ready for what might be happening on the decks. As she and Vane grow closer this may lead them into even greater danger, but perhaps they will find something more.

Leonard Carpenter might be recognized by some readers as the writer behind the Conan the Barbarian series. His work in this new story highlights the intrigue and danger that are outside of the threat of war. If you are a fan of books that will keep you on your toes then this story is something that you need to check out. The writing here is both captivating, but also informative with the history of the time being brought to the forefront. You can get your copy of Lusitania Lost today.

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