Interred with Their Bones by Jennifer Lee Carrell

There were times when the story ended up being a bit droll but overall I though it was very entertaining. It was an interesting take on how events and places could come together and how the main character was able to figure out the clues. The book was highly researched and I loved the added bits of information and different opinions on the way Shakespeare’s plays were written and why. I am extremely excited to read the next work!

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~ by wolfangel87 on February 2, 2011.

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