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    Not much more than you'd learn from the Wikipedia article. Bland and often tedious writing.
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    A mystery analysed

    The book starts off with a diary account of the Dyatlov incident and follows up with some griping chapters, comprehensively listing and analysing the theories and facts surrounding the mysterious events. The book is blemished by a dull end, dedicating a full chapter to a surviving member of the group and his frankly fanciful imagination. The author does not analyse this account and just shoe horns in the chapter, discrediting his previous rigorous analyse of each possible theory. End aside, it is a good read for any conspiracy/mystery fan and would suggest it to anyone intrigued by investigational texts and cold war era USSR secrets.

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