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Ice Blink: The Tragic Fate of Sir John Franklin's Lost Polar Expedition, Cookman, Scott

Author    Cookman, Scott

Title   Ice Blink: The Tragic Fate of Sir John Franklin's Lost Polar Expedition

Binding   Hard Cover

Book Condition   Near Fine

Jacket Condition   Very Good

Edition   First

Size   Octavo

Publisher   New York Wiley 2000

ISBN    0471377902 / 9780471377900

Seller ID   005546

244 pp. Light general and edgewear to unclipped dustjacket. Faint dust foxing to upper edge of text block. Internally as new. Black-and-white illustrations in the text. Bibliography, index. "For a century and a half, the question of what happened to the Franklin Expedition -- the worst disaster in the history of polar exploration -- has remained a puzzle. Now, based on original research in British Admiralty records, author Scott Cookman re-creates the full story of the ill-fated expedition and reveals a frightening new explanation for one of the most enduring mysteries in the annals of exploration." -- Nathan Miller (We will be including, gratis, a nice copy of Franklin's account of his earlier (1819) polar expedition, "Journey to the Polar Sea", Konemann Travel Classics, with this order. Unfortunately, only to addresses within Australia.)

Price = 16.00 AUD



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