The Ring of the Queen (The Lost Tsar Trilogy Book 1)

Stacey recently buried her grandma and inherited her house full of Russian collectibles and history books. The one thing that her grandma gave her was a ring, and when Stacey arrives in Russia to take a class about the Tsars, she finds out that the ring is her claim to the throne. A corrupt President is determined to get the ring from her, but she won't allow it. Will she get out of Russia alive? More
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  • Category: Fiction » Adventure » General
  • Words: 82,290
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 9781370933037
About Terri Dixon

Terri Dixon is the well traveled internet writer, blogger, and photographer; Nina Kindred. Nina has been writing stories on Fictionpress for nearly 20 years. She has been writing her travel blog, Adventures for Anyone on blogger for 8 years. She sells her photography at her shops Artistic Creations by Nina Kindred on Cafepress and Imagings on Zazzle. She also has a gallery on Fine Art America. The Ring of the Queen is her first full length novel, and is Book I of The Lost Tsar Trilogy. The Queen in Exile, is Book II of The Lost Tsar Trilogy. The Destiny Dream is Terri's stand alone novel about the adventures of a young woman who is trying not to believe that her recurring dream is a view into her future. Coming soon is Terri's latest novel, The Terrorist's Game; the story of Talia Anderson and her international adventures. Terri is a journalist who never completely took to the trade. She has a day job, a night job, and many hobbies including travel, hiking, cooking, and recently kayaking. She lives in the northwest hills of Connecticut with her husband and teenage son, as well as her temperamental kitty.

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JaneofArch reviewed on Sep. 4, 2017
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The tale has potential interest but severely needs a read-through for typos, missing words and confusing sentences, particularly starting about a third of the way in. It's written in a first-person teeage fashion, but whether that's meant to reflect the age of the protagonist or simply an excessively casual approach by the author is unclear.
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