History is being made and Miles Lord has a ringside seat. The people of Russia have voted to bring back the tsar, a ruler to be selected from the distant relatives of Nicholas II, who was murdered along with the rest of the Romanov family in 1918. Miles has been asked to run a background check on one of the candidates. But excitement turns to terror when Miles is nearly killed by gunmen. Suddenly, he is racing across continents with only a cryptic utterance by Rasputin, made at the time of the Romanov massacre, as his guide. The implications of this prophecy are earth-shattering -- not only for the future tsar and mother Russia, but for Miles himself.The Web was littered with legal addresses that offered everything from the latest appellate opinions to templates that ... There he found the right language from which to fashion fake letters of testamentary. ... Banks and insurance companies predominated, giving the area the label Wall Street of the West. ... Lord produced his key, phony letters of administration and state bar of Georgia identification card .
|Title||:||The Romanov Prophecy|
|Publisher||:||Hachette UK - 2008-05-15|