"A romanic thriler that rocks"
Neil Guliver, star columnist of the Daily and Soap Opera
Star Stevie Marriner have been divorced for seven years,
everyone knows they still have strong feelings for one
another. With the James Dean serial killer look alike
still on the loose (SEE THE JAMES DEAN AFFAIR), Neil has
moved in to Stevie's mini--mansion. He knows her home has
state of the art security system and a full time bodyguard.
Their safety is once again threatened by outside forces
when Neil becomes involved in the John Lennon Imagine That
Revival. A treasury agent wants Stevie and Neil to obtain
the inside information on money laundering by local mobster
Aaron Lodger, a powerful person with mighty high
connections. Mr. Lodger tells Stevie and Neil that the
treasury Agent was responsible for the two mismanaged hits
on President Ford and one on President Reagan. The daring
duo does not know whom to believe, but they know their
lives are in jeopardy because it seems as if everyone is
out to finish them off.
THE JOHN LENNON AFFAIR is a fascinating and reliable trip
down memory lane for the baby boomer generation, bringing
back a special place in the heart's of the over forty
crowd. The shoot 'em up action scenes add a sense of
adventure to the well articulated and subtly executed
novel. The romance between the two lead characters adds a
lot of spice to a very enthralling thriller. Robert S.
Levinson enchants the reader with his magical writing
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted June 28, 2001