THE LAST DAYS OF THE ROMANOVS : TRAGEDY AT EKATERINBURG
by Helen Rappaport
There have been many books written about the Romanovs. Most of them were highly romanticized, with speculations, half-truths, not willing to discuss the flaws of the royal family.
In The Last Days of the Romanovs, Helen Rappaport, a historian, gives the most detailed account of their final days. She draws on a wealth of archival evidence that has never been revealed before; the political climate between England and Germany during World War I; the frightening escalation of the Bolsheviks' reign of terror.
Meticulously researched and impossible to put down until the bloody end.
If you're a diehard Romanov follower, you don't want to miss this book.