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Now & Then Revisited By Philip Turner
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Facsimile editions of the nine 1950s SF fanzines published by Harry Turner and Eric Needham under the title "Now & Then", plus their contemporary "The Grin".
The Cold Fire of Madness By Philip Turner
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Bolton in Lancashire is known for its football team and, without being unkind to the town, not much else. Such was not the case back in 1927, when the Bolton Ripper was giving the nation as huge a... More > shiver of horror as his more famous cousin in London. The London Ripper's atrocities were still part of living memory in 1927. Sixty years on, in 1987, Jack was still the subject of speculation and a growing catalogue of books and films. His imitator in Bolton, similarly undetected, had been forgotten. The chance finding of an old newspaper, and his job as a researcher for a literary agent, put Dieter Pearson on the trail of what looked like a good story for a book. His story was to be a triumph of the human spirit, the struggle to preserve the reputation of one of the Bolton Ripper's intended victims. Just doing his job, creating an idea for others to exploit, he stepped into an ancient nightmare which began to demolish his life and steal everything that meant anything to him.< Less
The Observer's Guide to Harry Turner's Art By Philip Turner
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A visual trip through Harry Turner's career as an artist from the 1930s to the 1970s; mainly via his paintings.
The Terminal Man By Philip Turner
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Robert Helm thought he had lots of life left. Then he was confronted with the possibility that he might be wrong. On a whim, he chose to try to cram as much as possible into whatever time was left,... More > knowing that no matter how much trouble he got himself in to, he might not have to live long with the consequences. He opted for a wild ride, which took him from England to Greece, Austria, Switzerland, Liechtenstein and Italy. He moved among men worth millions, and even billions, and he staked his life for so many thousands of dollars that the numbers began to lose all meaning. Helm became involved in games, some with a deadly purpose, and international conspiracies, one of which was aimed at saving the world with an act of monumental destruction. His initial object was to raise enough money to enjoy himself in case he received bad news from his doctor. He soon found out that he had no guarantee of staying alive to spend his earnings; unless he got really creative.< Less

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