Wild CrittersBook - 1992
There was no doubt he was strong. And he looked to Pip like a man who couldn't be killed--somebody you could poison and shoot and stab and drown and he'd still come back. He called himself Rapinsky, but Pip knew who he was. He was the man whose eyes they said had hypnotized the tsar's wife. Pip had found Rasputin, and nobody knew. From the award-winning author of the The Doll and Julie comes the story of a mysterious stranger who changes the life of a young boy during the Great Depression.
Publisher: Fairbanks, AK : Epicenter Press, c1992.
Characteristics: 46 p. :,col. ill. ;,21 x 27 cm.