Paul Bannister

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A recovering journalist who worked for national publications on both sides of the Atlantic, and who has freelanced for magazines worldwide, Bannister began writing historical fiction in 2012 and is still working at the craft.

He authored the autobio 'Tabloid Man & the Baffling Chair of Death' which details his life as the National Enquirer's chief reporter of the paranormal, when he worked worldwide on stories such as the Stanford Research Institute's decade-long investigation into psychic spying; he traveled with astronaut Dr Edgar Mitchell for months during his time founding the Institute of Noetic Sciences and with Guy Playfair during his investigation into the Enfield poltergeist case.

Genres: Historical
Paul Bannister recommends
Warlord (2013)
(Swords of Arabia, book 1)
Anthony Litton
"A thrilling adventure!."
The Warriors of the Cross (2015)
(Robert the Wayward Prince, book 2)
Austin Hernon
"A meticulously researched tale."

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