On Trackless Snow

On Trackless Snow

Written by William Le Queux

Contained first in the collection Strange Tales Of A Nihilist and then in the collection A Secret Service.
Anton Prehznev/Vladimir Mikhalovitch spends six months in prison before being condemned to a life of hard labor in Siberia. He is sent to the silver mines in the area beyond Lake Baikal. After an escape while being chased by Cossacks, he comes across the dead body of Ivan Drukovitch, messenger in the service of His Imperial Majesty the Tzar. He assumes the man's identity.

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