First Class Passage: Another Jack Sterling Novel
"Retired Mountie John C. Smith has written a credible and captivating mix of life aboard a cruise ship and a mid-Atlantic murder investigation. His character's method of conducting an investigation is unique, interesting and accurately portrayed," says retired FBI special agent Charles Mandigo. "Highly recommended reading." "While the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea covers rules of navigation, pollution discharge, maritime assistance, etc., they do not adequately address crime at sea," believes author John C. Smith. "Security officers on ships are not sworn police officers and there is little forensic support available. There is a potential for criminals to literally 'get away with murder.'" Retired RCMP Sergeant Smith says, "I wrote FIRST CLASS PASSAGE so people would have an accurate, insider's perspective on what might happen should a serious crime happen out on the high seas, where jurisdictions are vague and resources quite inadequate."
- Publication Date
- Apr 22, 2016
- All Rights Reserved - Standard Copyright License
- By (author): John C. Smith