A Drama in Livonia
|Original title||Un drame en Livonie|
|Translator||I. O. Evans|
|Series||The Extraordinary Voyages No. 52|
Published in English
|Media type||Print (hardback)|
|Preceded by||Traveling Scholarships|
|Followed by||The Lighthouse at the End of the World|
In Livonia, a bank employee who is carrying money is murdered. The prime suspect is Professor Dimitri Nicolef. He was the only person present, besides the innkeeper German Kroff. Wladimir Yanof, a lawyer and the fiancé of Ilka Nicolef (the professor's daughter), has escaped from Siberia to prove the innocence of his future father-in-law.
- 1967, UK, London: Arco. 192 pp., First UK edition
- The book was written during the Dreyfus affair, hence the similarity of the stories.
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