Everyone's Gone to the Moon by Philip Norman

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The bestselling author of Shout!, the definitive book on the Beatles, now offers a comic novel that dissects the office politics and bedroom shenanigans of trendy journalists in Beatles-era London, evoking the world of sixties pop music and high fashion with thorough authenticity.

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Philip Norman is a journalist and a novelist who in 1968 was assigned to cover the Beatles' own business utopia, Apple Corps, from the inside. He is the author of "Rave On: The Biography of Buddy Holly" and many other books.
Published January 1, 1995 by Hutchinson & Co Ltd. 441 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Matters get dicey, though, when Louis and Shildrick take up with the same chippie, a talentless but terribly manipulative ingÇnue named Fran Dyson, and dicier still when Louis blows the lid off the married Shildrick's affair.

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Norman, who has written books about the Beatles and the Rolling Stones, styles himself as Louis Brennan, a bright young writer who lands himself a spot on the luxe magazine of the hallowed Sunday Dispatch (read: the London Sunday Times), working with his mentor, ''Mighty Jack'' Shildrick (rea...

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