The Conspirator Who Saved the Romanovs. Gary Null. NY: Pinnacle Books, 1973. Paperback, 1st printing. 288 pages and a black and white photo section. Index and select bibliography. Some edge wear and a mark or two in the text. Former owner name stamped on the edges. A good reading copy. 1 only.
The untold story of Aaron Simanovitsch (1872-1944), Kiev jeweler, Rasputin's secretary, and mastermind behind the "ingenious escape" of Tsar Nicholas II and his family. According to the author, the Romanovs, with the help of a four-nation conspiracy, escaped to Poland and waited for the right time to re-emerge, a time, which is it supposed, that never came. This book weaves elements of non-fiction with fringe conspiracy theories about the survival of the Imperial family. Simanovitsch also wrote a memoir about his boss (Rasputin) which depicts him favorably.