Were the posthumous books of C.S. Lewis at least partially forged? Lindskoog suspects that they were---and that the fraud has been promoted by public relations and protected by secrecy. Her gripping tale of literary detective work explores rumors of forgery, imposture, and cover-up, and offers unique insights into the relationship between Lewis and his brother. 432 pages, softcover from Mercer.
Within a few months of C. S. Lewis's death in 1963, certain facts about his life were already being fictionalized and his literary leavings were being contaminated with fakery. Year after year, the fraud has been promoted by public relations and protected by secrecy. Year after year, Lindskoog has explored the fraud further. The result is a gripping tale with an amazing cast of characters and new developments every year. This is scholarship packed with human interest and suspense.
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