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A Bibliography

Curious to know what I've written? I never have been, but there's been a few who, of late, have been asking me for a bibliography of my published works, so here it is.

Bear in mind that this doesn't include projects in the works, about to be published or stuff that I've written and just sat on for years, in one case, for over twenty years. So, knock yourself out. I'm sure I've missed a few so feel free to send me any corrections.

Books Authored

Australian Gothic: The Untold Story of the 1929-’31 Dracula Stage Tour "Down Under"
Publisher: Wildside-Kronos (2017)
Topic: Theatre-History
ISBN: 978-1545326671

The Strange, Strange Story of Phillip Wearne
Publisher: Blaq Books (2015)
Topic: Biography
ISBN: 978-1519266187

The Exploitation Of Nancy: Benoit vs. Hustler
Publisher: Blaq Books (2015)
Topic: Legal
ISBN: 978-1512276886

The Epic ( Annotated) Life Story of Keith Chatto
by Daniel Best and Keith Chatto Publisher: Blaq Books (2015)
Topic: Biography
ISBN: 0…

DuBay v King: Deposition of Stephen King, April 12, 2018

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Deposition of Stephen King, April 12, 2018



Those who are regular readers of this blog (that is, when I’m putting material up for people to read) will know only too well that I love the legal stuff. I love court hearings, depositions, affidavits – hell, if it’s legal, I’ll read it, study it and then feel somewhat informed enough to comment from a place of non-ignorance.
That’s my excuse, and I’m sticking to it.
A few months back I posted the deposition of Jim Warren. He was desposed in the still running case brought by Ben DuBay, the nephew of Bill DuBay claiming horror author Stephen King lifted concepts and the general storyline of his Dark Tower series from DuBay’s own series, The Rook, which Bill DuBay created with Budd Lewis, in particular, DuBay’s character, Restin Dane, directly influenced King when he created his own character Roland Deschain.
The Rook first appeared in March 1977. From that date the character appeared in Warren Magazines such as Vampirella, Eerie and Warren Presen…

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