Good-Bye, Good Luck - The Biography of William Murdoch by Susanne Stormer


AMIsaac

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I have a copy of this book for sale, signed and numbered. I bought it when the movie first came out as I was very intrigued by Murdoch and wanted to get more insight into him. Its a lovely book and in near perfect condition. I'd rather it go to someone who will enjoy it than just throw it on Ebay or something. I'm not sure which number it is (I'm at work as I'm posting this) but if you are interested please contact me via message and I can send you pictures, discuss price, etc. Thank you!
 

AMIsaac

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More information on the book I have a sale - This is a SIGNED and NUMBERED (245 of 500) copy of the book, Good-Bye, Good Luck, The Biography of William McMaster Murdoch, the First Officer of the Titanic. There were only 500 of these books in print and there is a large demand for this book. Additionally included is the "Mistakes and Misprints" half sheet as well as a Titanic Emphera Collection postcard from Onslow's, a pamphlet from the British Titanic Society. I will send photographs upon request. ONLY SERIOUS COLLECTORS AND BUYERS PLEASE.
 
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I'm VERY interested in buying it, unless you've already sold it of course! I'm serious and very interested in Murdoch and his life. How much to you want for it? What kind of condition is it in?
 

Tad G. Fitch

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This book is very hard to find these days, but is well worth getting if you can track down a copy. Stormer gives a lot of interesting details about Murdoch's earlier career and life. Along with Inger Sheil's new Lowe biography, "Titanic Valour," and Stenson's Lightoller biography, it very highly recommended.

All my best,
Tad
 
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Arun Vajpey

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Nice little book and I got mine in 1997 - a signed copy direct from Susanne - during the Titanic conference in Southampton.
 

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