This is another excellent book that goes against the official story of the murder of the Russian Imperial family in Ekaterinburg.
There are no doubts that even with the efforts of the Russian government to consider this a closed case there are still many unanswered questions.
The author has researched thouroghly and the book raises many interesting questions and for me who has researched also this period of history proves that one cant accept the standard version of events as relaible or true.
The book is fascinating and one day will be highly considered when the truth is finally revealed. I highly reccomend anyone interested in the Romanov Mystery to read this book along… Read more