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Robert Tralins is a prolific author/novelist whose career began in the 1960s and continues today. He is presently best known for his first-hand research and story collections featured on the television shows Miracles and Other Wonders and Beyond Belief: Fact Or Fiction?, both of which were still showing around the world via satellite as of early August of 2009.

When Madam Sherry, an infamous Miami, Florida, madam, dictated Pleasure Was My Business, her tell-all memoirs, Tralins transcribed her dictations. The book was put on trial in rem and banned in the State of Florida. The ban was later reversed in a landmark decision by the U.S. Supreme Court. (See TRALINS v. GERSTEIN, 378 U.S. 576 (1964)). In an internationally publicized lawsuit filed by ex-King Farouk of Egypt claiming never to have been in Miami, Tralins produced documentary evidence that he had indeed been, and won a $750,000 libel lawsuit and judgment against him.

Tralins has published 251 books under his own name and a dozen pseudonyms, including Sean O'Shea. He is best known for his novels Squaresville Jag, The Cozmozoids, Android Armageddon, Black Pirate, Panther John, the Miss From S.I.S. series, the Valentine Flynn novels, a dozen mind, body, spirit books, and numerous historical novels.

Selected Published Works

  • How to Be a Power Closer in Selling (1960)
  • Dynamic Selling (1961)
  • Pleasure Was My Business (1963)
  • Squaresville Jag (1965)
  • The Chic Chick Spy (1966)
  • The Cosmozoids (1966)
  • What a Way to Go! 6-novel series (1966-70) (writing as Sean O'Shea)
  • Strange Events Beyond Human Understanding (1966)
  • Operation Boudoir (1967) (writing as Sean O'Shea)
  • Win with Sin (1967) (writing as Sean O'Shea)
  • The Nymph Island Affair (1967) (writing as Sean O'Shea)
  • Invasion of The Nymphomaniacs (1967) (writing as Sean O'Shea)
  • Clairvoyant Strangers (1968)
  • ESP forewarnings (1969)
  • Weird People of the Unknown (1969)
  • Black Brute (1969)
  • Runaway Slave (1969)
  • Children of the Supernatural (1969)
  • The Hidden Spectre (1970)
  • Slave King (1970)
  • Supernatural Strangers (1970)
  • Clairvoyance in Women (1970)
  • Black Pirate (1971)
  • Clairvoyant Women (1972)
  • Black Stud (1973)
  • Android Armageddon (1974)
  • Rampage (1974)
  • Slaves Revenge (1974)
  • Super-natural Warnings (1974)
  • Black Roots (1977)
  • Buried Alive (1977)
  • Life After Death (1977)
  • Panther John (1980)
  • Chains (1981)
  • Flight Signals (1990)
  • Signal: Intruder (1991)
  • Signal: Blackbird (1992)
  • Deadshot (1993)

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