Created by Charles L. Grant (1942--; pseudonyms include Lionel Fenn, Deborah Lewis & Geoffrey L. Marsh)
Which shouldn't come as much of a surprise -- Grant is best known as a horror writer, although he's written in virtually every genre under a number of pseudonyms, including the obscure but entertaining Lincoln Blackthorne adventure series (think Doc Savage and Indiana Jones) under the name Geoffrey Marsh and several X-Files tie-in novels . In an interview, he once claimed he went through a period of eleven years during which he churned out a new book every two months.
Preliminary report respectfully submitted by Eric Bass, with additional background info from Kevin Burton Smith.
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