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George Harold "Hal" Bennett (1936 – 2004) was an author known for a variety of books. His 1974 novel Lord of Dark Places was described as "a satirical and all but scatological attack on the phallic myth", and was reprinted in 1997. He was Playboy's most promising writer of the year. He also wrote under the pen names Harriet Janeway and John D. Revere (the Assassin series). His books are sometimes compared to Mark Twain's style of satire, but contain a much stronger sexual tone.

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  • George Harold "Hal" Bennett (1936 – 2004) was an author known for a variety of books. His 1974 novel Lord of Dark Places was described as "a satirical and all but scatological attack on the phallic myth", and was reprinted in 1997. He was Playboy's most promising writer of the year. He also wrote under the pen names Harriet Janeway and John D. Revere (the Assassin series). His books are sometimes compared to Mark Twain's style of satire, but contain a much stronger sexual tone.
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