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The Romanov Prophecy
The Romanov Prophecy
Author: Steve Berry
Agter the fall of Communism and a succession of weak governments, the Russian people hav voted to bring back the tsar, who will be chosen from among the distant relatives of Nicholas II. Asked to perform a background check on one of the candidates, Atlanta Lawyer Miles Lord is honored to be part of such a momentous event. But once in Moscow, he ...  more »
ISBN: 55691
Pages: 387
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Publisher: Ballantine
Book Type: Paperback
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A mystery, love story, historical novel all rolled into a whopping good read. Good through and through!
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A history based thriller, very thought-provoking about the mysteries of the Russian royal Romanov family who were supposedly executed by the Bolsheviks. Their mass grave was uncovered in the 1980's and it was revealed that, just like rumor had suggested , the remains of the bodies of Alexi and Anatasia were not there. What was their fate?
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This has an impressive plot and has a lot of historic details although it is a fiction. It's a good read.
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Mediocre. Predictable.
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Ho Boy, what a plot. Berry out Dan Browns Dan Brown with the Romanov assassinations in 1918. A Great read, especially if you have studied, either formally or informally, Russian History.
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Very good read. Keeps you guessing to the last chapter.


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