Uncorrected proof (trade paperback format. ) Interesting short novel by this master of historical fiction, one which reads almost like non-fiction. "Four English aristocrats and their Irish servant set sail from Liverpool in July 1897, determined to cross Canada to Dawson City. As they venture north from the booming frontier town of Edmonton, their quest turns to nightmare." Includes an afterword by Michener in which he explains how a photograph of a woman Klondike gold-seeker inspired this story (originally an outtake from the novel "Alaska") 246 pp. Fine in gold printed wrappers .
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