A treasury of royal scandals: the shocking true stories of history's wickedest, weirdest, most wanton kings, queens, tsars, popes, and emperors

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Penguin Books, 2001 - Heads of state - 323 pages
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User Review  - whybehave2002 - LibraryThing

Fun but a lot of jumping around as if telling a story and then remembering something else they wanted to say and leaping over to that person and then back again. Could have been more organized. Read full review

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User Review  - corcra - LibraryThing

Scandals of the rich and famous, the focus of gossip, have a universal interest even after centuries of retelling. The author does not disappoint this interest and supplies a range of scandalous tales ... Read full review

Contents

Union
29
Here Comes the Sun King
34
Have an Ice Day
39
Copyright

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