Is it possible that the world's geography is incomplete? That the
startling narrative of Olaf Jansen is predicated upon demonstrable
facts? Olaf Jansen had long been a fisherman off the coast of
Norway, in the region of the Lofoden Islands, from whence he had
made trips still farther north to Spitzbergen and even to Franz
Josef Land. On the night of his demise he gave this story to me, in
detail. (Jacketless library hardcover.)
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