The proof readers are named on page 6 as being Hans Knot and 'Peter Moore' which is a name used by Malcolm Smith. I can understand why Malcolm would not want to associate himself with proof reading this work because this work seems to lack any sense that the text has been proof read. As for Hans Knot, well this is a work in the English language which is not the mother tongue of Hans Knot.
Now earlier in the text on page 5 the author says that: "Most of the story has been written or checked by those who were there." That is a strange statement because none of the people listed in the Acknowledgements were people who had any connection with the creation of Radio Caroline in 1964.
In an effort to cover his tracks, the author then cites several entities in such a generic manner that it would just as easy to thank all public information sources wherever they are located and whatever they have to offer.
However, this book is claimed as being the work of Paul Rusling whose name is on the covers, rather than being "written or checked by those who were there." Who are "those who were there"?
They are not named here on page 6.
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