About the book:
Semi-retired folk-rock musician Ian Scarborough is now a music critic with a London newspaper who has become interested in the Shakespeare authorship question and is an advocate for the Seventeenth Earl of Oxford, Edward de Vere, as the true author. He becomes involved in tracking miscreants who may have found artifacts or documents proving one or the other as author. His journey takes him to some of the important historical sites in England as well as a mysterious conference during a Sherlock Holmes club weekend in an upstate New York hotel, then across parts of Europe and back to London in his quest for the truth. Conflicted by who to trust and where the odyssey will take him, he pursues the truth arduously.
About the author:
Aaron F. Tatum is a former President of the Shakespeare Oxford Society of North America and a member of the DeVere Society in the U.K. He also wrote a weekly column called "A.F.T.erthoughts" in several Tennessee weeklies for many years and wrote for other local publications such as Memphis Magazine and MLGW's Connection in-house publication. He was a co-author of the Final Report to Governor Lamar Alexander's 1979 Memphis Jobs Conference. He is a member of the Nashville Musicians Union. His short stories appeared for the Dallas-Fort Worth Press Service circulation in Texas weeklies and the Germantown News.
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