A Desert Drama: Being the Tragedy of the Korosko: Easyread Large Bold Edition
A Desert Drama, Being the Tragedy of the Korosko is an informative book written by Doyle to provide the public with accounts of what happened to the passengers of the Atlantic liner known as The Korosko, which travelled up the Nile in 1895.
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