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Unwise passions a true story of a remarkable woman-- and the first great scandal of eighteenth-century America

In the spring of 1793, young Nancy Randolph, along with her brother-in-law, was accused of adultery and infanticide. American history at its richest, this is as riveting and revealing a scandal as any in today's Washington.

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  • "In the spring of 1793, young Nancy Randolph, along with her brother-in-law, was accused of adultery and infanticide. American history at its richest, this is as riveting and revealing a scandal as any in today's Washington."@en
  • "Recreates one of the most sensational trials in American history involving Nancy Randolph, a young woman from a wealthy family in Virginia, who played a role in the murder trial of her brother-in-law, who was accused on fathering and killing an illegitimate child."

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  • "Unwise passions a true story of a remarkable woman-- and the first great scandal of eighteenth-century America"@en
  • "Unwise Passions : a True Story of a Remarkable Woman--and the First Great Scandal of Eighteenth-Century America"@en
  • "Unwise passions : a true story of a remarkable woman-- and the first great scandal of eighteenth-century America"@en
  • "Unwise passions : a true story of a remarkable woman-- and the first great scandal of eighteenth-century America"