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The Bizarre Sisters
The Bizarre Sisters
Author: Jay, Walz, Audrey Walz
A fictional novel based on the true story about the Randolph Family Feud on the Bizarre Plantation on the Appomattox during the late 1700's. Richard Randolph was believed to have had an affair with his sister-in-law, Nancy. Rumors flew that she had given birth to a child and the two had conspired to murder it upon it's birth. They were b...  more »
ISBN: 250931
Publication Date: 1950
Pages: 370
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Publisher: Duell, Sloan and Pearce, Inc
Book Type: Hardcover
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A fictional novel based on the true story about the Randolph Family Feud on the Bizarre Plantation on the Appomattox during the late 1700's. Richard Randolph was believed to have had an affair with his sister-in-law, Nancy. Rumors flew that she had given birth to a child and the two had conspired to murder it upon it's birth. They were both tried for infanticide, defended by Patrick Henry and John Marshall and suprisingly, acquitted. But the feud between Nancy and her sister, Judith, Richard's wife, had just barely begun. This is that story with all it's scandal, suspicions, deceit, and family drama. A very interesting read!
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