The John Lennon Affair by Robert S. Levinson
(A Neil Gulliver and Stevie Marriner Novel)

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Imagine This-Manhattan. December 8, 1980. 10:50 P.M.

A crazed fan steps out of the shadows of the Dakota apartment building and shoots dead his idol, John Lennon. Young Niel Gulliver, an aggressive reporter, races to New York. He falls in with two of John Lennon's dearest mates and begins relationships that will tie him to the secret world inside rock and roll for life.

Imagine This-Los Angeles. The present.

When Neil Gulliver, now a newspaper columnist in L.A., and his ex-wife, actress Stevie Marriner, agree to appear at the Imagine That! Music festival honoring John Lennon, they suddenly find themselves dodging one murder attempt after another. Why? And why are so many other people once associated with Lennon dying violent deaths?
 

About Robert S. Levinson

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Robert S. Levinson draws on his years as an art columnist, critic, feature writer, and reviewer for publications such as" Rolling Stone" in creating "Hot Paint." Levinson lives in Los Angeles with his wife Sandra.
 
Published August 18, 2001 by Forge Books. 352 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, History. Fiction

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It's been 20 years since Mark David Chapman shot John Lennon dead outside the Dakota, but overgrown groupie Neil Gulliver (The James Dean Affair, 2000, etc.) just can't get over it.

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Levinson's long experience in music public relations, the handling of rock stars, and writing and producing has provided him with material and styles enough for three novels, but not enough of

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