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The Man Who Killed William Shakespeare

By Carl E Reed

Draft 1 Posted Date: 4/28/2011

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Genre:

Alternate History

Word Count:

8,267

About the Book:

Professor Reichart is a very unhappy man: marriage failing, literary career going exactly nowhere, obsessed to the point of physical and mental exhaustion with the genius and glory of one William Shakespeare. The Professor's future is looking very bleak indeed--until the Harvard History Department gets their very own chrono-skimmer . . .

About the Author:

Born: Chicago, 1963. Joined USMC: 17. Worked 4 yrs as a photo-journalist in Okinawa, Japan. Attended U. of Maryland (far-east): focus: ENG, PHIL, PSYCH & HIS.

Author's Note:

Thank you for reading this story. I appreciate your criticism and feedback and welcome all constructive comments. A brief apologia: There are minor formatting errors I am at a loss as to how to correct, usually as regards line spacing. When I intend there to be a break between scenes I denote it thusly: ***

Requested feedback Criteria: Overall Feedback, Voice, Dialogue

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