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INTERVIEW – In Conversation With David J. Kowalski (Author, The Company of the Dead)

By Marty Mulrooney

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Alternative Magazine Online recently reviewed The Company of the Dead by David J. Kowalski, hailing it as “an alternative history masterpiece that defies convention and genre to become a tome worth sinking into.” It is truly one of the greatest books to have ever graced the digital pages of this online magazine. It is therefore with the greatest pleasure that AMO presents a recent interview with accomplished doctor and author David J. Kowalski.

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BOOK REVIEW – The Company of the Dead by David J. Kowalski

By Marty Mulrooney

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The Company of the Dead is an award-winning alternate history thriller written by Australian author David J. Kowalski that was recently published by Titan Books in the UK. A medical practitioner by trade, Kowalski had previously been published in medical journals but this bold novel, originally published in 2007, marked his fiction writing debut. Set against the backdrop of the sinking of the Titanic – a tragic event that occurred exactly one hundred years ago to the day of this review being published – Kowalski asks the reader to consider a world where the United States never entered World War One.  A world where there is no United States of America and samurai patrol the streets of New York City with machine pistols hung over their shoulders…

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BOOK NEWS – James Cameron’s Titanic Re-release

Titan Books have reprinted the official James Cameron’s Titanic book to preempt the 3D release of the film and the centenary of the ship’s sinking. Initially published 15 years ago and written by Hollywood Screen-writer Ed Marsh, the bestselling book has been re-released with a 3D lenticular cover and 18 pages of new material. Read on to find out more and view a gallery of images provided by our friends at Titan Books!

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