Daughters of the Winter Queen: Four Remarkable Sisters

Daughters of the Winter Queen: Four Remarkable Sisters

This book is set mainly in central Europe and highlights the causes and some of the actions of ‘one of the most destructive conflicts in human history, [which] resulted in eight million fatalities not only from military engagements but also from violence, famine, and...
Richard III: Loyalty Binds Me

Richard III: Loyalty Binds Me

It is unusual for a history story to be accorded the lead position on the British television news. This has happened on a number of occasions in recent years following the discovery of the mortal remains, under a car park in Leicester, of one of one of England’s most...
The Fiddle

The Fiddle

Appropriately, I am writing about this review on World Holocaust Day. The story commences in St Petersburg at a momentous time in Russia’s history — the day the Tsar is deposed and he and his family are arrested by the revolutionaries. Abraham teaches the violin at...
Sacred Britannia: The Gods and Rituals of Roman Britain

Sacred Britannia: The Gods and Rituals of Roman Britain

Book Author: MIRANDA ALDHOUSE GREEN Review by: Antonio Battagliotti Miranda Aldhouse-Green’s Sacred Britannia casts a huge shadow. It manages to be accessible to the casual reader who penetrates the area of Romano- British religious syncretism while adhering to the...