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Ryersons on the Lusitania : Phyllis Ryerse :
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May 7, - Published on Amazon. This book is the second of a three part shipwreck series. Now we have the Ryersons who sailed on the Lusitania's final, fatal voyage.
The author, Phyllis Ryerse, masterfully weaves a tale of sorrow as Mary Amelia Ryerson and her daughter Laura board the ship to join an injured son and brother overseas and to mourn the loss of another son and brother killed in action. It was assumed by the Ryerson ladies that the Lusitania was the safest and fastest ship to take, as Col.
George Ryerson had just traveled aboard the same liner and assured them of its invincibility. When the torpedo strikes, one person in this quartet will not survive. And another will suffer the effects of Post Traumatic Stress Syndrome for the rest of their lives. Generously illustrated with family photos and Lusitania-related items, readers looking for an intimate story of the shipwreck should buy this book.