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The Kitchen Boy

Average rating
4 out of 5
Based on 121 Ratings and 108 Reviews

Book Description
A New York Times Bestseller
A Literary Guild and Doubleday Book Club Selection

With haunting prose, Robert Alexander brings to life the Romanov's kitchen boy, Leonka, whom the Bolsheviks mysteriously spared and who in turn vanished into the bloody tides of the Russian Revolution. But what did the young boy see in those final days of the Imperial family? Would he know the truth of the ... More

Book Information
PublisherWheeler Publishing
BindingHardcover (14 editions)
Reading LevelUncategorized
# of Pages354
Publication Date07/02/2003
The Creators
About Robert Alexander (Author) : Robert Alexander is a published author of children's books. Published credits of Robert Alexander include She Touched the World: Laura Bridgman, Deaf-Blind Pioneer, Spider Fighters.
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Reader Comments
6/28/2009 Rachel Mallory said: Great book! This got me thinking about my own lack of knowledge regarding the Romanovs. This is a concise novel that packs a punch.
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5/21/2009 Rachel Indihar said: This book got me fascinated with the story of the Romanovs and their tragic deaths. It's rather graphic by the end, but it's an excellent "insider view" of that fateful night. I recommend this if you enjoy both historical and suspense novels!
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