About the author:
Brad Michael Little is the youngest grandson of William James Shepherd. He lives in the United States.
At the beginning of 2011 he accidently stumbled on to an old family rumor that his grandfather was somehow related to the British Royal Family.
The more he started to dig in to the mystery, the more he found it was possible. Eventually, he worked out that his grandfather's father was likely to be the British King George V.
This had to be a mistake.
However, he kept on investigating, and the more evidence he found the more it pointed to it being true. It was truly a personal "out of body" experience to discover such a possible connection.
He had to get to the truth.
And he did.
THE KING'S SON (The Evidence)
Brad Michael Little
THE KING'S SON
This is the ultimate cold case, a 120 year old mystery hidden in plain sight.
This book pieces together the evidence that William James Shepherd was most likely the eldest son of King George V.
The case is built-up and includes clues that lead to a clear path forward - readied for a compelling conclusion and full resolution to the mystery.
This is a story of intrigue and challenge about a man who left enduring clues during his lifetime about his origins. They were left in a subliminal manner, and at times it was like participating in a movie somewhat like the “Da Vinci Code”, with clue after clue being uncovered together with their meaning.
The evidence is presented about William Shepherd and how he mysteriously arrives in Australia via unassisted paid passage on a ship having just turned 17, with enough money in his pocket that enables him to purchase a farm within a year. He also arrives with the skills to be able to play the Double Bass and then goes on to become Australia’s No. 1 performer.
And yet in 1901, just six years earlier he is Census listed as a "Pauper" (age 10) in a London Workhouse orphanage straight out of the pages of the book “Oliver Twist”.
William throughout his life, due to his looks and mannerisms, is often compared to King George V’s acknowledged sons - King Edward VIII and King George VI (i.e. the man portrayed in the movie "The King's Speech"). DNA tests are used to set a test to prove the link.
The suspense as to whether it is true or not – and the patience needed to try to obtain a DNA match; makes for a very interesting twist.
So based on the evidence collected and presented in this book ……. Was William James Shepherd indeed “The King’s Son”?
Please read on …….
The Answer to "The Question" is in the Book.
- Publication Date:
- 1475196881 / 9781475196887
- Page Count:
- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 6" x 9"
- Black and White
- Related Categories:
- Biography & Autobiography / Royalty