I must confess that the only 2 full length books I've ever read on the Titanic are A Night to Remember and The Night Lives On. While this is in part a tribute to the late Mr. Lord's ability as a writer, it's also due to the fact that a lot of Titanic books out there are just mass market fodder catering to the general interest in the ship and really not worth the paper they're printed on. One book I picked up-and immediately put down again-said she was a CUNARD ship! I don't want to waste my time with books whose only claim to accuracy is that the author randomly picked the name of Smith for the captain! Can anyone suggest some good, accurate Titanic books to supplement Walter Lord?