Hey, Scott, I think there's been a mix-up with your link.
The Amazon website says "The Captain's Daughter" is a Russian novel by Alexander Puskin written in 1836.
The book "The Captain's Daughter" written by Leah Fleming, published 2012, is related to the ill-fated voyage of the Titanic. And I quote "For May Smith, travelling with her husband and baby girl Ellen, stepping foot on the Titanic marks the start of an incredible journey, one which is destined to take her from the back streets of Bolton to the land of opportunity: the United States. But when the 'unsinkable' Titanic hits an iceberg one cold dark night..."
So did I just vote for old historical fiction or new historical fiction?