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An award-winning historian and lecturer specialising in themes that shaped society in the 19th and early 20th centuries, notably crime, medicine and warfare. Neil has published over 30 books and is the creator of the popular Grim Almanac series, published by the History Press. He regularly writes features on social history themes for national periodicals. Neil is distinguished by his original and diligent research; he has assembled a nationally respected archive of rare books, manuscripts, engravings and photographs to illustrate his works and has featured on numerous television and radio documentaries as guest, historical adviser and consultant. In The Dracula Secrets published in 2012 he undertook an in-depth investigation of the sources used by Bram Stoker during the writing of his seminal masterpiece. Having gained unprecedented access to the unique archive of one of Stoker’s most respected friends and the dedicatee of Dracula, Storey shed new light on both Stoker and Dracula, and revealed startling new links between Stoker’s creation and the most infamous serial killer of all time.

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