Welcome to my Titanic website and thank you for you interest in Titanic and my research. Here you can find information about my books on the Titanic and I welcome your comments or questions about the Titanic, which I will try and respond to in a timely manner.

Titanic: Case Closed

This is a National Geographic Channel International and Smithsonian Channel film called “Titanic: Case Closed” and “Titanic’s Final Mystery” which is currently airing around the world.

New York Times review

A Very Deceiving Night

Please let me know if you would like to order a copy of my new book which reveals the true cause of the Titanic disaster:

To place your order for a copy of “A Very Deceiving Night”, please click here

Thank you.

101 Things You Thought You Knew About The TITANIC…But Didn’t!

If you haven’t yet bought it: Buy on Amazon

First Accounts

I’ve also compiled a book of First Hand Accounts for Penguin Classics, which is out now, along with Penguin’s paperback of 101:


Reviews of '101 Things You Thought You Knew About The TITANIC...But Didn't!'

‘Tim Maltin has done a fine job of dispelling the myths that have attached themselves to the Titanic saga since the great vessel disappeared beneath the surface of the North Atlantic in the spring of 1912. Carefully researched and meticulously detailed, this book is a worthy addition to the library of anyone who has even a passing interest in the Titanic disaster.’ – George Behe, Vice President, Titanic Historical Society 1992-1996

‘Tim Maltin has addressed the many questions and myths that have arisen over Titanic but he has gone one further than the average author in that he has brought forth the testimony of the people who were there, coupled with the latest research to back up his work. Maltin’s book is a must for any Titanic enthusiast’s collection.’ – Bruce Beveridge, Founder, Titanic Research and Modeling Association

‘For once we have a book that addresses some of myths and popular legends that have propagated down the years and been repeated in books, articles, movies, TV documentaries, and most recently on the internet. It is well written with many references to the direct evidence presented first hand by those who were there at the formal inquiries that followed the disaster back in 1912.’ – Sam Halpern, Titanic researcher and author