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The Rasputin dagger

The Rasputin dagger

Breslin, Theresa

Nina Ivanovna cares nothing for the troubles of her country. Russia in 1916 may be on the brink of revolutionary chaos, but with the death of her father, her world has just collapsed. Now she must travel to St Petersburg to escape her past, and find a future. Here she discovers a life, friends, and romance. But Nina is soon caught up in the domestic world of the Russian royal family, and as unrest on the streets threatens to reach breaking point, this is a very dangerous place to be. Though desperate to save those she cares about, and share her life with the boy she loves, Nina's every move seems to be haunted by a beautiful, ruby-studded dagger. A dagger that will draw her ever closer to the mad, bad world of Grigori Rasputin

Paperback, Book. English. Fiction 13+. Teenage Fiction. Young adult fiction. Historical. Historical fiction.
Published London: Corgi Books, 2017
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Statement of responsibility: Theresa Breslin
ISBN: 0552565253, 9780552565257
Intended audience: Adolescent.
Physical Description: 391 pages ; 20 cm
Subject: Rasputin, Grigoriì† Efimovich, 1869-1916 Fiction.; Russia History Nicholas II, 1894-1917 Fiction.