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First of the True Believers

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"The Beatles formed in 1959, and by March 1964, every one of the top five singles in the American Billboard chart was theirs. They had become a worldwide pop sensation and their home town of Liverpool was the centre of the thriving British music industry. Among other less celebrated Merseybeat groups of the time were the Nighttime Passengers, led by Theo Hennessy, who - ...more
Published October 1st 2002 by Do-Not Press (first published September 1st 2002)
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Rachel Hawes
Dec 28, 2010 Rachel Hawes rated it really liked it
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The story of Theodore Hennessey - and Irish Liverpudlian, drummer and record promoter - growing up in Liverpool as the Beatles rise meteorically to fame! Beautifully written with a bittersweet twist at the end (just like the Beatles career). Subjects dear to my heart for many reasons but highly recommended even if you're not from the north west with a congenital love of the Fabs.
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Paul Charles was born and raised in Northern Ireland. He now lives and works in Camden Town, where he divides his time between writing novels and short stories and working in the music industry.
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