Shortly after midnight on March 22, 2006, passengers aboard the Canadian ferry Queen of the North were flung from their beds as the vessel crashed into a rocky island. Evacuated into life rafts, many were rescued by heroic Gitga’at First Nations people in fishing boats. Two passengers were never found. The Queen’s navigation officer was convicted of criminal negligence. But for the author, questions still remain. In this book Don Douglass dares to ask, "What really happened aboard the Queen that fateful night?"