Books by Robert Alexander

THE ROMANOV BRIDE by Robert Alexander
Released: May 1, 2008

"Although the regime's free fall is vividly brought to life, the two principals are more archetypal than real. Still, a moving testament to a saintly woman's sad end."
A grim follow-up to Alexander's other novels about the twilight of the Romanovs (Rasputin's Daughter, 2006, etc.). Read full book review >
Released: Feb. 18, 2008

"Illustrated with period photos and prints, and supported by extensive notes and resource lists, this will be a valuable and long-overdue addition to library shelves. (Biography. 10-12)"
The first full-length new biography of Bridgman for young readers since Edith F. Hunter's Child of the Silent Night (1963) offers a salutary reminder that Helen Keller wasn't the only, or even first, woman to prove that deafness and blindness are not unsurpassable obstacles to becoming a functional member of society. Read full book review >
THE KITCHEN BOY by Robert Alexander
Released: Jan. 27, 2003

"More accurate than Ingrid Bergman waltzing with Yul Brenner, but also much duller."
Once again, the end of the Romanovs by execution, this time through the memories of an old man who claims he was there. Read full book review >