Rasputin’s Daughter by Robert Alexander

Rasputin’s Daughter by Robert Alexander (2006)
Telling the story of Rasputin, the legendary mad monk, during the raging of war during 1916, his daughter Maria wonders exactly what kind of man her father really is. Is he a holy man or slobbering drunk? An unrestrained animal or a healer? When she begins to flirt with a young man, she has no clue where this will lead her or her father.

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