Used. Very Good. Cover has some scuffs, creases, and shelfwear. Inside pages look good.
Paperback. Manor Books (1980).
In the wake of his recent death, John Lennon's worth as a musician and cultural figure of major import has been dramatically thrust into relief. Although since 1975, Mr. Lennon lived in near seclusion in New York City, his tragic death cut short the resumption of one of the greatest careers in popular music history. This is the first, biggest, and fastest selling book on the life and death of Beatle John Lennon. The sixteen chapters and the sixteen pages of pictures represent a monumental publishing effort to produce the story of the Gentle Beatle's phenomenal career, report every detail about his murder, and make a penetrating study of the life of his crazed assassin.