For years no one knew what happened to Czar Nicholas and his family after the Bolshevik Revolution of 1917. It was decades before the whole truth came out.
The deadly account of what happened to them in Ekatinerberg, in the House of Special Purpose draws on eyewitness accounts and is told from the point of view of Anastasia, the Czar’s youngest daughter. The facts are so ghastly – and so farcical – they defy belief.
The story brings to vivid life the events of the last months of the Romanovs and is the prequel to Colin Falconer’s best selling novel: Anastasia.
How was it possible for any of the children to have survived?
You won’t believe the answer; except that it’s all true.