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madmanmike1
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Hello All,
I'm doing a bit of research and was wondering which book on John Henry Anderson is the better one. Mike Caveney's published book "John Henry Anderson" by Edwin and Michael Dawes or "The Great Wizard of the North" by his great granddaughter Constance Pole Bayer.

Full disclosure, I already have "John Henry Anderson" on my shelf in my reading que. I guess what I'm really asking is, should I purchase the book by Constance, does it have new or different information worth reading?
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The Dawes book is excellent. I played JHA at a Dickens festival and played him there. great info highly recommended.
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