Will Dexter

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Will Dexter (1906 - 1985) was a close-up worker, mentalist and writer.

Will Dexter
BornWilliam Thomas Pritchard
September 13, 1906
England
DiedNovember 05, 1985 (age 79)

Born William Thomas Pritchard in England, Dexter was a professional journalist who started in 1928. His duties were interrupted by World War II, in which he was later discharged as a Captain in 1945. He served as an editor for number of newspapers, and later as Editor and Publisher with Public Relations Industrial, London until his retirement in 1969.

In retirement, he became a Daily Telegraph crossword compiler.

He ghosted several books for Robert Harbin.

Dexter was a member of the Magic Circle, the British Ring, East Kent Magical Society, Nottingham Guild of Magicians and an Honorary Life Member of the Blackpool Magicians' Club.[1][2]

Books

References

  1. Obit Genii 1986 January
  2. Obit Magicol No. 78 (February 1986)
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