Paul Doherty


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in Middlesbrough, The United Kingdom
September 21, 1946

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He has been published under several pseudonyms: P.C. Doherty, Celia L. Grace, Paul Harding, Ann Dukthas, Vanessa Alexander, Michael Clynes and Anna Apostolou but now writes only under his own name.

Paul Doherty was born in Middlesbrough (North-Eastern England) in 1946. He had the usual education before studying at Durham for three years for the Catholic priesthood but decided not to proceed. He went to Liverpool University where he gained a First Class Honours Degree in History and won a state scholarship to Exeter College, Oxford, whilst there he met his wife Carla Lynn Corbitt. He continued his studies but decided th
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“Believe me, Athelstan, you can wrap a dog's turd in a cloth of gold but it remains a dog's turd.”
Paul Doherty

“They treat me like some sort of pet cat but claws I have, and claws I will use”
Paul Doherty, The Mask of Ra

“Always remember a useful dictum: every man born of woman is three persons; what he appears to be, what he claims to be and,’ he beamed round, ‘what he really is.”
Paul Doherty, The House of the Red Slayer

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