The author dives into descriptions of "facts" based on Titanic films and this book, released in 2012, was already quite outdated (which isn't surprising once we take a look at the biography), conveying information that in 2012 had already been proven wrong (and sometimes the information given contradicts the source materials).
The author also lacks a better understanding of the tragedy and it shows a bit of sloppy research (for example, she doesn't really understand why it was called RMS. She fails to understand that the boats weren't called "RMS" and that the RMS was only put along the ships name when said ship was being used as a mail delivery shiphence Royal Mail Steamer. Otherwise the ships wouldn't have any title or just be called SSSteam Ship.
The only really interesting information in this book is regarding the way the sinking was reported in Portugal.
So, in the end, it's a nice coffee table book, but if you want to LEARN any real facts about the Titanic and the sinking, you should avoid this book.