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Alternate Biography Titles: Lives that might have been

Aznavour

Well-known member
Published by SLP
The Wandering Jew: Ben Gurion and the Second Exodus

Memoirs of the Orient: Casanova in Egypt

The Man Who Broke Hollywood: J. Edgar Hoover and the Kefauver Commission.
 

Uhura's Mazda

International Bachelor
Published by SLP
Location
Tamaki Makaurau
Defence Against the Dark Arts: How Women Can Survive in a Toxic World of Spin, by Jo Rowling MP

The Chamber of Secrets: a Manifesto for Transparency in Government, by Jo Rowling MP

Methods of Rationality: the Junta for Reason and our Fight Against Brexit, by Jo Rowling MP

Oh, and just to prove that I've read other books:

Chaos is a Ladder: the Decline and Fall of Robert Halfon
 

Kato

nec minute
Patreon supporter
Published by SLP
Location
Birmingham
Pronouns
she/her
Where we're going we don't need Rhodes Colonial South Africain the late Victorian era.
I did consider making this "Paul Kruger and the Second Great Trek", but Aznavour had done a similar theme above, so I dusted off some old material from c.2015 instead.

It's an open goal, but we might as well get it out of the way:

Hitler: His Part in My Downfall - the authorised biography of Ken Livingstone
 

Geordie

Benoit Beef-foot
Published by SLP
Pronouns
he/him
Hitler: His Part in My Downfall - the authorised biography of Ken Livingstone
Our brains are scarily similar. I was considering doing Oswald Moseley: his part in my downfall by Spike.
 

Aznavour

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Published by SLP
The Unmaking of New York City: Albert Speer and the Planners of the Occupation



Queen-themed:

Killer Queen: Life and Times of the Infamous Erzebeth of Hungary

Bohemian Rhapsody: The Thousand Days of Joseph Bonaparte, King of the Czechs

The Prophet's Song: Ignaz Trebisch-Lincoln, the Last of the Lamas


Somebody to Love: The Six Husbands of Mary Tudor
 
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