THE ROMANOFFS 100 YEARS LATER
DANIEL A. WILLIS
<p class="font_8">No royal family has captured the imagination or inspired dreams dripping in diamonds like the Imperial House of Russia, the Romanoffs. For most, their story ended in that damp and musty cellar in Ekaterinburg in July 1918. But that was only the end of one chapter. While the Bolsheviks did their level best to rid the world of the Romanoff name, they failed. There were survivors, and those hearty souls continued the family. Now, a century after the murders, it is an appropriate time to reflect on how the family has lived in exile, yet maintained their heritage.</p>
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.
The Heiress of Egypt takes us back to an unspecified time in a fantastical ancient Egypt populated with fantasy animals, heroic soldiers, and gifted priests ... the tale that then unravels is one of adventure, rebellion, fantasy, romance and war ... This is a light fast-paced read, perfect for a holiday or a cold winter evening at home. It follows the footsteps of Khai of Ancient Khem. — Charlotte Booth, author of Ancient Egyptians for Dummies, In Bed with Ancient Egyptians, Horemheb the Forgotten Pharaoh, and others. For the full review, click here.