In July 1993, seventy-three years after the brutal murders of the last tsar and his family in the infamous cellar at Ekaterinburg, nine skeletons were exhumed from a grave in Siberia. Were these the Romanovs?
'The Romanovs: The Final Chapter', as compelling as any thriller, provides the answer, going back to the horrifying moments of slaughter, revealing the guilt and cover-up by Lenin and describes in dramatically suspenseful detail the efforts in post-Communist Russia to find the bodies and discover the truth.
But two skeletons - those of the tsar's son and one of his daughters- were missing from the grave. How did this affect the tantalising tales of reappeared pretender? And what did this tell us about the continuing mystery of the true fate and identity of the Grand Duchess Anastasia? These questions are finally answered in this last chapter to this historical tragedy.