Bez svidetelej - Igor Zabelin
Paperback 40 pages (A2 Basic User, for a vocabulary of about 650 words)
'Without Witnesses' is a story of two men send to Siberia to pursuit a scientific research.
IGOR ZABELIN (1927-1986)
He was born in Leningrad, Russia in 1927. He was a geographer of profession, specializing in the theory of physical geography. Far from being the armchair scientist type he has explored the remotest areas of the Soviet Union, such as Tuva, Buryatia, Chukotka and Tien Shan, where he collected a wealth of material for his spare-time writing.
He delights in depicting the hard and adventurous life of geographers and pioneers and unraveling the mysteries of lost expeditions - such as he does in his "Valley of the Four Crosses".