Is John Lennon dead?
Former Beatle, John Lennon had grown weary of being famous. The title of being a "Beatle" hung around his neck like an albatross. The Beatles hadn't been a group for 10 years and still he and Yoko were hounded by the press and paparazzi. There seemed to be no escape from the scrutiny he and his wife had been experiencing since 1969, until he met Ray Greiner, the owner of Bon Voyage Yacht Club in Rhode Island who would give John a way to vanish into thin air.
|File size:||164 KB|
About the Author
Peter Tompkins was born in autumn of 1965 at University Hospitals in Clevland, Ohio and grew up in Chardon, Ohio where he attended Chardon High School. After graduating high school he attended Ohio University to study Graphic Design and Business Management. After getting his Bachelors in Fine Art and Business Management he spent a short time working in Corporate America as a Telecommunications Support tech and call center representative. The madness of the corporate world forced him to realize that he was an artists at heart and that he had to be true to himself. As an avid Beatles fan he was inspired to learn to play guitar and write songs. When he was 15 he got his first guitar and has been performing as a solo acoustic performer in front of audiences since his early 20's "As a kid I was fascinated with Rod Serling's television shows The Twilight Zone and Night Gallery. As an adult I became fascinated with Rod Serling's writing. The twists and the turns in his stories in many ways were a stoke of genius. I have been inspired to write similar stories with twists and turns and plot changes. In 2007, he quite the rate race and started a successful photography portrait and photo restoration business. His eye for composition and color and his background in graphic design make him a natural as a photographer." Inspired by his love for the rock group The Beatles he wrote his first book, Breathe - John Lennon-Conspiracy To Murder, in 2016. This is a book of fiction that takes a new look at the death of John Lennon. What if Mr. Lennon faked his own death to escape the stranglehold of stardom? What if one of the most talked about murders of the 20th century wasn't a murder at all but a "performance art" spectacle put on by he and his wife, Yoko Ono?
Most Helpful Customer Reviews