THE REPORTER'S GUIDE TO THE ROYAL FAMILIES OF EUROPE
DANIEL A. WILLIS
You have been assigned to cover the latest royal wedding. That’s easy enough: remark on the lovely flowers, oooh and aaah over the wedding dress; make fun of the more outlandish hats. Piece of cake, right? Of course; but who is that lovely blond dressed in full tiara and sash?
Royalty has always mystified the masses. As a reporter your job is to draw back those curtains, but how can you do that if you don’t know what’s there yourself? Don’t want to feel stupid about royal families anymore? This book is a basic guide to help reporters, and other royal followers, identify European royalty of all stripes and give cursory information about who they are and why anyone cares.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Born and raised in Egypt, Samuel Ebeid studied political science before becoming a Community Solutions Fellow for the U.S. Dept. of State. He has previously published Arabic translations of governmental works. Samuel is now married to Karen and manages a small hotel in Western Maryland. This is his debut novel.
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