The Bedside Book of Bastards

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McGraw-Hill, Jan 1, 1973 - Biography - 311 pages
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I actually thoroughly enjoyed this book. I thought I would read a chapter at a time before bed but instead got hooked and read the whole book in one setting. This book will amuse, disgust,provoke and amaze you. You have nothing to lose read it Read full review

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User Review  - Shiloh Reynolds - Goodreads

I actually thoroughly enjoyed this book. I thought I would read a chapter at a time before bed but instead got hooked and read the whole book in one setting. This book will amuse, disgust,provoke and amaze you. You have nothing to lose read it Read full review

Contents

Parysatis
3
Shih HuangTi
9
Lucius Cornelius Sulla
17
Copyright

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About the author (1973)

Dorothy M. Johnson, the Montana-based author of "The Hanging Tree" and "Buffalo Woman," both Bison Books, brings to western fiction a clear ideal of individuality and honor.

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