Panama Oxridge is an enigma. Although born in 1960, if you go by
birthdays Panama has scarcely turned twelve, (which, if you think about
it carefully, makes it possible to calculate his or her exact date of birth!)
Unusually, this paradoxical author’s gender is shrouded in mystery.
Literary critics suggest the name is intentionally confusing – some saying
it conjures images of an old Oxbridge professor wearing a battered panama
hat, while others claim Panama is a young female author deliberately
disguising her femininity. All that can be stated with any certainty is that
Panama Oxridge is either one or the other – the odds being roughly fifty-fifty.
During research for “Justin Thyme”, the author accidentally stumbled
across the secret of time travel and, ever since, has been forced to adopt
a pseudonym. Some believe that Panama Oxridge is an anagram of the
author’s real name. However, others feel this is far too obvious – and that
someone determined to remain incognito would try to conceal their identity
a little more thoroughly.
Examining the "Tartan of Thyme" series closely, many have deduced
that Panama Oxridge has had a scientific education, lives in Scotland,
likes listening to Gilbert & Sullivan operettas, reading Shakespeare, and
believes in the Loch Ness Monster. Alternatively, these may be sly red
herrings specifically designed to mislead or bamboozle!
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