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The Enigma That Was Rasputin: The Notoriety; The Debauchery and The Manipulation


Grigory Rasputin Source: http://www.firstworldwar.com/bio/rasputin.htm Grigory Yefimovich Rasputin (1872-1916) was the infamous 'holy man' whose ability to heal the Tsar and Tsarina's son Alexis led to his being adopted as a supreme mystic at court.  Growing in influence to the point where he effectively dictated policy he was eventually assassinated by a group of court conspirators in December 1916. Born …

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“The Little House:” Probing Into The Darkest Corners of the Manipulative Mindset


“The Little House” (Novel) From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia 'The Little House' is a 1996 psychological thriller novel by British author Philippa Gregory. Synopsis After four years of marriage, Ruth and Patrick Cleary, a young English couple, visit Patrick's parents in Bath. Having been orphaned as a child, Ruth feels isolated and alone in the oppressive, close-knit Cleary family, and …

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Error of Judgment


  Henry Denker From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   Henry Denker (November 25, 1912 – May 15, 2012) was an American novelist and playwright.   Denker was admitted to the New York Bar in 1935, at the height of the Depression, and he soon left law practice to earn his living by writing. His legal training …

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The Road to Hell or Salvation? A Matter of Our Own Deliberate Choices


"The Road to Hell" - Chris Rea Stood still on a highway I saw a woman By the side of the road With a face that I knew like my own Reflected in my window Well she walked up to my quarterlight And she bent down real slow A fearful pressure paralysed me In my …

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