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The John Lennon Affair

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The John Lennon Affair

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479 pagine
6 ore
Pubblicato:
Mar 16, 2011
ISBN:
9781458060334
Formato:
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“Wonderful dialog, great plotting, plentiful Hollywood tidbits, and literate prose; strongly recommended.”—Library Journal

“The first two series entries were fast-paced adventures. Without discarding that ‘Thin Man’ mood, Levinson has crafted a richer and more poignant novel.”—Los Angeles Times.

IMAGINE THIS—The truth is in the fiction as Robert S. Levinson draws on his personal experience at the highest levels of the music industry and with many people closest to John Lennon and the Beatles to weave a nerve-jangling thriller that puts the reader in the heart of the action.

IMAGINE THIS—Manhattan. December 8, 1980—A crazed fan steps out of the shadows of the Dakota apartment building across from Central Park and shoots murders John Lennon. Young Neil Gulliver, then an aggressive reporter with a small California newspaper, races to New York, falls in with two of John Lennon’s closest mates, and begins relationships that will tie him irrevocably to the secret world inside rock-and-roll. .

IMAGINE THIS—Los Angeles. Years later—After Gulliver, now a respected newspaper columnist, and his ex-wife, actress Stevie Marriner, agree to appear at a star-studded Imagine That! music festival honoring the iconic ex-Beatle, they find themselves the targets of one murder attempt after another. Why? And why are so many other people once associated with Lennon dying violent deaths? It becomes impossible to tell the good guys from the bad guys or if, in fact, there is a difference between them.

Pubblicato:
Mar 16, 2011
ISBN:
9781458060334
Formato:
Libro

Informazioni sull'autore

ROBERT S. LEVINSON, bestselling author of eight novels, The Traitor in Us All, In the Key of Death, Where the Lies Begin, Ask a Dead Man, Hot Paint, The James Dean Affair, The John Lennon Affair, The Elvis and Marilyn Affair. A regular contributor to Alfred Hitchcock and Ellery Queen mystery magazines. Cited annual EQMM Awards poll three times. His Hitchcock short story, "The Quick Brown Fox," a 2009 Derringer Award winner. His fiction has appeared in “year’s best” anthologies six consecutive years, non-fiction in Rolling Stone, Writers Guild of America’s Written By Magazine, Los Angeles Magazine, Westways Magazine, Autograph Magazine. His ninth novel, A Rhumba in Waltz Time, scheduled for August 2011. More: www.robertslevinson.com.

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