This week I received a copy of a paperback book about the disappearance of George Smith IV during his honeymoon cruise on Royal Caribbean's Brilliance of the Seas in July 2005. The book is written by a reporter from the Greenwich Post, Joan Lownds, who covered the story from the beginning. The back cover of the book promises "the inside story of America's most notorious murder cases that shook the cruise industry to the core." Although I have always opined that the case probably involved foul play, there is no explanation in the book regarding who, how or why someone allegedly murdered Mr. Smith. "Man Overboard" contains a good history of the series of Congressional hearings from 2005 – 2010 into the issue of cruise ship crime. The book also discusses many of the stories of members of the International Cruise Victims organization (ICV), as well as the cases of firm clients Laurie Dishman, Lynette Hudson and Janet Kelly.
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