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Rasputin's Daughter by Robert Alexander
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Mar 26, 2008

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This book is the second in the trilogy that Alexander wrote about the Romanov family. I would actually give it 3 1/2 stars. It's not as good as the Kitchen Boy, but once again, Alexander does a nice job of weaving in historical accuracy with the fictional perspective of one of his characters, here - Maria Rasputin. I also liked the historical chronology of events and Russian glossary that he added at the end of the novel. A good read, but not great; nevertheless, I would recommend it to others interested in either the time period or the Romanovs.

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