History books that contain no lies are extremely dull.
Bride of the Water by James Lecky
The Elder Brother Washing His Hands by Adrian Van Young
Anne Boleyn to the King by Jean Hollander
Newgate Jig by D. J. Cockburn
Edgar Cayce by Jack Peachum
Centurion’s Choice by R. S. Pyne
The Painting Called Love Victorious by Gabriel Malloy
Ethel Rosenberg on her Trial and Execution for Treason by Liz Dolan
Ben Johnson Day by Ricky Ginsburg
A Penny Always Has Two Sides by Steffie Steinke
Day of Revenge by Deanna Poach
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