- 24 October 2016
- BBC News
The 42-year-old was found dead at his Oxford home in April. He had been stabbed 16 times, the judge said.
Danaher has been jailed for life with a minimum of 34 years.
He told the jury at Oxford Crown Court he had acted in self defence, but it took about two hours to find him unanimously guilty.
Passing sentence, Judge Ian Pringle said Danaher, from Peterborough, had become "obsessed" with famous people and had tortured his victim.
The prosecution said the rare copy of The Wind in the Willows was found at his flat and had been put up for sale on eBay at the "knockdown price" of £2,000.