Ryan, Robert: Death on the Ice. First Edition/First Printing. *Signed & Dated*« back
This is a first edition and first printing of Death on the Ice by Robert Ryan, published by Headline Review in 2009.
The book and protected dust jacket are Brand New with no inscriptions and not price clipped.
Signed and Dated by the author to the title page.
The story of one of the greatest epic journeys of all time. January 18, 1912: Captain Robert Falcon Scott's expedition reaches the South Pole. Just a few weeks later, trapped in one of the worst blizzards Antarctica has ever known, Scott and his four companions perish in subzero temperatures. How did the icy conditions overwhelm Scott, Captain Oates and their party on the fateful return journey? Both experienced explorers, neither Scott or Oates were prepared for the disappointment of losing their polar race against Norwegian Roald Amundsen. Nor could they have known that the accretion of a few small mistakes would ultimately cost them their lives. The story of Scott and Oates, their incredible journey and their tragic final days, combines ambition, national pride and the kind of bravery and dignity most men can only dream of. It is one of the most captivating and endlessly fascinating tales from the Golden Age of Exploration.
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