The Kinks' late bassist has been forced to pull a book because of a legal battle over its cover. Pete Quaife's "Veritas Volume 1" is a fiction work that was published in February of 2011, eight months after Quaife passed away from renal failure. But photographer Harrie Verstappen claimed unlawful use of the image on the cover, forcing Hiren Publishing to pull the book from shelves. Quaife's brother Dave says Hiren had assured him that the copyright matter had been cleared up before publication and has been unable to find Verstappen or her representatives to clear up the matter. All copies of the book -- the story of a 1960s rock band based on Pete Quaife's days in the Kinks -- have been destroyed, according to Dave Quaife. A "Veritas II" was expected to be published in 2013, but it's unclear if that will see the light of day.