"Twins Arthur and Dana have been immersed their entire lives in their father's obsession with Shakespeare. Now the literary ex-con claims to have discovered a lost Shakespeare play--THE TRAGEDY OF [KING] ARTHUR. But twin Arthur thinks the work is a forgery. His sister, Dana, on the other hand, deeply believes in her father. Portraying the skeptical twin, David Baker voices a cynical wit with a weary sardonic tone. He gives Dana a lighter voice and makes the story's other characters sound distinctive as well. The novel is presented as a memoir by twin Arthur, which has been published as the "introduction" to the new play--which is also part of the book. The building suspense over the authenticity of the Shakespearean scholarship is accompanied by sharp jabs to the publishing industry. Baker's fluency enhances a fascinating tale. A.W. Winner of AudioFile Earphones Award (c) AudioFile 2011, Portland, Maine"