Who was William Shakespeare?
An enigmatic monument points to a lost poem by a great conspirator.
An ancient mystery explodes across modern London.
A desperate race to prevent the Truth from being buried forever.
“Pilgrim, stand you on king’s mound for a sign…”
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Prologue. “That had a court no bigger than this cave…”
One. “This was an ill beginning of the night…”
Two. “The gates are open, let us enter too.”
Three. “Which fear so grew in me, I hither fled…”
Four. “If by strong hand you offer to break in…”
Five. “To sweep the dust behind the door.”
Six. “To no sight but thine and mine, invisible…”
Seven. “If they were known, as the suspect is great…”
Eight. “To seek new friends and stranger companies.”
Nine. “How cheerfully on the false trail they cry!”
Ten. “Come, and take choice of all my library…”
Eleven. “And tidings do I bring and lucky joys…”
Twelve. “…‘twill out at the key-hole; stop that, ‘twill fly…”
Thirteen. “Fly with false aim; move the still-piercing air…”
Fourteen. “And shall she carry this unto her grave?”
Fifteen. “Through tattered clothes great vices do appear…”
Sixteen. “…‘tis but her picture I have yet beheld…”
Seventeen. “By doing deeds of hospitality.”
Eighteen. “To keep our great Saint George's feast withal.”
Nineteen. “From man to dragon: he has wings…”
Twenty. “I am near to the place where they should meet.”
Twenty One. “What chance is this that suddenly hath cross'd us?”
Twenty Two. “And being join'd, I'll thus your hopes destroy.”
Twenty Three. “Peace, fool: he's not thy kinsman.”
Twenty Four. “Mine own escape unfoldeth to my hope…”
Twenty Five. “And whirl along with thee about the globe.”
Twenty Six. “Then lend the eye a terrible aspect.”
Epilogue. “What's here? the portrait of a blinking idiot…”
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