There is a book out by Gilbert Upton (see link to Amazon)http://www.amazon.co.uk/Dixie-Dean-...mp;s=books&qid=1280488836&sr=8-1
This is what it says about the book;
This review is from: Dixie Dean of Tranmere Rovers, 1923-1925 (Paperback)
NEW BOOK ON DIXIE'S DAYS WITH TRANMERE ROVERS RE-WRITES History
The exploits of Tranmere Rovers' greatest ever player are fully documented when it comes to the glittering career he had at Everton, winning every major honour the game then had to offer. Quite rightly so, as they were of epic proportions.
In his book, published in 1992, Gilbert Upton has, for the first time, traced Dixie's short career at Prenton Park, where he started, in November, 1923, after being signed from Pensby Institute, until his transfer to Everton, for a Third Division record fee, in March, 1925. By the author of the highly acclaimed "History
of Tranmere Rovers (1881-1921)", published in 1991 (now out of print), it documents this first spectacular phase of Dixie's extraordinary career, which has not been fully covered in the other available material, using newly researched material.
When collating and re-validating the previously accepted facts about Dixie's Prenton Park career, Gilbert uncovered several discrepancies and he now proposes that some incidents have, until now, been mis-reported or innocently mis-represented.
Whilst setting the record straight, he has also achieved something which may have seemed unlikely and added even greater lustre to the reputation of Dixie Dean, "the talented boy leader". Drawing on newspaper reports far and near, it is again possible to experience something of the thrill of seventeen-year-old Dixie's awesome rampages through the terror struck defences the length and breadth of the old Cheshire League and the Third Division North. The book also contains full details of Dixie's 70 appearances and 67 goals when at Rovers.
Just as importantly, Gilbert believes that his book, containing carefully researched evidence, has restored the reputation of Tranmere Rovers Football Club over their handling of Birkenhead's Greatest.