Who Killed John Lennon?: A self-indulgent attempt to get inside the head of the Nowhere Man

The umpteenth biography of the Beatles star gets bogged down in long-winded diversions and amateur psychoanalysis

11th October, 2020
Who Killed John Lennon?: A self-indulgent attempt to get inside the head of the Nowhere Man
Who Killed John Lennon? could have been a perfectly good biography if Lesley-Ann Jones had pared back the narrative

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Who Killed John Lennon?: The Lives, Loves and Death of the Greatest Rock Star

By Lesley-Ann Jones

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