When Beatles tour guide Barry Seddon finds a letter written by John Lennon he unearths a clue to solving the greatest mystery in pop music – the whereabouts of Lennon’s first musical instrument which has been missing for over 50 years. But Barry's loose tongue alerts Texan dealer Travis Lawson to the priceless relic. In an attempt to get his hands on the letter, Lawson persuades his beautiful wife Cheryl to befriend the hapless tour guide and win his affections. The race for the Holy Grail of pop memorabilia is on. . . 'The intrigue and mystery surrounding Lennon's missing banjo, and the logic that it could be sitting in somebody's attic right now, has the potential to make headlines around the world. The novel crosses over beautifully from fiction to fact and back again to tease and tantalize the reader into believing every line is true.' - Trinity Mirror
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Born in Liverpool, 1958, Rob Fennah began his career in the music industry on leaving school, signing a major recording contract with RCA records in 1976. He has had numerous hit records in Europe and Japan, receiving his first gold album at the age of 19. Rob has performed at some of the most prestigious venues in the world including The Sydney Opera House, Australia and The Budokan in Tokyo. Rob has composed music for television and film and was responsible for writing and producing the hugely successful theatre show, Twopence to Cross the Mersey, based on the best selling book by Helen Forrester. Rob is currently working on both a screenplay and theatrical adaptation of Julia’s Banjo. Born 1965, Helen A Jones attended school in Liverpool prior to enrolling at nursing college, graduating in 1988. She has worked as a senior nurse in the field of Neuroscience Critical Care for over twenty years, achieving academic success at MSC level and in published work relating to Critical Care. Helen worked with co-writer Rob Fennah on the critically acclaimed Twopence to Cross the Mersey and will continue to collaborate with him on current and future projects.
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Book Description CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2012. Paperback. Book Condition: Brand New. 284 pages. 7.81x5.06x0.71 inches. This item is printed on demand. Bookseller Inventory # zk1479392987