The Romanov Prophecy Paperback
by Steve Berry
History is being made and Miles Lord has a ringside seat.
The people of Russia have voted to bring back the tsar, a ruler to be selected from the distant relatives of Nicholas II, who was murdered along with the rest of the Romanov family in 1918. Miles has been asked to run a background check on one of the candidates.
But excitement turns to terror when Miles is nearly killed by gunmen. Suddenly, he is racing across continents with only a cryptic utterance by Rasputin, made at the time of the Romanov massacre, as his guide.
The implications of this prophecy are earth-shattering - not only for the future tsar and mother Russia, but for Miles himself.
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 416 pages
- Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton General Division
- Publication Date: 22/09/2007
- Category: Thriller / suspense
- ISBN: 9780340899311
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Review by Shirezu
I've read a few of Steve Berry's books now and whilst they'll never be deemed "classics" they're good in their own way. But maybe that's just me. As a lover of mystery and history I can't help but be drawn to this books. Conspiracy plots, ancient treasures, I love them. <br/><br/>The Romanov Prophecy hits the right marks by drawing on the much loved story of the last Tsar of Russia. An enjoyable read I look forward to reading the rest of Steve Berry's books I've yet to pick up.