The Companion to Shaker of the Speare: The Francis Bacon Story, Evidence and Arguments
Book Guild, 2005 - 95 páginas
In 'The shaker of the speare' Ross Jackson tells the story of Francis Bacon and claims that he was both the secret son of Elizabeth I and the true author of Shakespeare's works. Here, in the companion to his novel, Jackson gives the evidence to show that his claims are not only true but increasingly difficult to dismiss.
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