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William GrimesWho Murdered Chaucer? lays its cards on the table right off. In the first sentence of the introduction the authors admit that "this book is less of a Whodunnit? than a Wasitdunnatall?" In other words, the murder referred to in the title may very well not have occurred, which makes this hefty, beautifully illustrated volume a very long shaggy-dog story.
— The New York Times