It is possible that this book will reveal for the first time ever who really had possession of the Shakespeare Sonnets when they were delivered to the printer for publication in the year 1609.
That person was not William Shakespeare or Shakspere of Stratford-Upon-Avon.
Neither was it the 3rd Earl of Southampton, William Hall nor William Herbert.
Someone, to use a crime analogy, never previously suspected. Never ever even mentioned in connection with the Shakespeare Sonnets.
Yet the evidence is there.
In the Dedication to the Sonnets. The Cryptogram concealed inside the Dedication has been broken, revealing that the inspirer of the Sonnets is the 3rd Earl of Southampton, Henry Wriothesley, and that the true author of the Sonnets is Edward de Vere.
But this book goes beyond that to show the remaining secrets encoded in the text of the Dedication. What is revealed is the possessor of the Sonnets, the person who brought them to the printer to be published, and his strange and previously unknown connection to the true Shakespeare.
Plus new information on the Dark Lady. Who she was and how she changed Shakespeare's life forever. And other research that links the 17th Earl of Oxford with the works of Shakespeare. The investigations detailed in The Great Shakespeare Hoax are amplified and reinforced here with new evidence, including what may be the first poem composed by Shakespeare for publication...at age sixteen.
There is also an analysis of a sparkling sonnet which even some orthodox Shakespearean scholars have mentioned as almost certainly being by Shakespeare, but which beyond all common sense or scholarly explanation has never been proposed for admission into the Shakespeare canon...until now.