New Beatles Book “Beatles, The Untold Story” Presents Evidence And The Story Of The Death And Replacement Of Paul McCartney

“Beatles, the Death and Replacement of Paul McCartney, The Untold Story” is now available as published by A-Argus Books publishing. Just when you thought there could not possibly be another Beatles book, author Ernie Schultze jolts the literary world with his latest. The volume is based on rumors that Paul was killed in a car crash in November 1966, then conveniently replaced by a talented look-alike, groomed for the seamless take-over.
 
Encinitas, CA, July 27, 2012 /PressReleasePing/ — “Beatles, the Death and Replacement of Paul McCartney, The Untold Story” is now available as published by A-Argus Books publishing. Just when you thought there could not possibly be another Beatles book, author Ernie Schultze jolts the literary world with his latest. The volume is based on rumors that Paul was killed in a car crash in November 1966, then conveniently replaced by a talented look-alike, groomed for the seamless take-over.
 
Baby Boomers who went through Beatlemainea,  many hearing the rumor and accepting it as true, can now read about what really happened. The events and cover-up afforded by English law makes for a wildly intriguing story. The English economy was in the middle of a Sterling crisis and the Beatles revenues pulled the economy out of a hole. Those revenues and his association with the Beatles got the Prime Minister elected. The Prime Minister, the Queen and the “Official Secrets Act” could not have let him die regardless of what happened, or the economy, political and corporate fortunes would tank. The relationship with the new member, the look-alike, sets off a heavy strain on the group. There is a tragic inevitability about the events of the Beatles’ rise and fall that places the story in the realm of great literature. Consider the Breakup: what the public knows — the Official Version — is not even in the same universe as what actually happened. The Beatles themselves confirm this. This book incorporates it all in story fashion.
 
Jen Kohler, writing and manuscript consultant of the popular writer's blog, “gonna-let-it-shine.blogspot.com”  reviews the book:
 
“Schultze presents startling evidence of the elaborate cover-up of McCartney's death. With great sensitivity he not only details the emotional repercussions it has on the band as well as the replacement “Paul” but he explains the economic hardships hitting England at that time and the British Government's motives for the cover-up. A skeptic before reading the first page, I confess now I might just be a believer. Quite a riveting read I would conclude.”
 
Schultze was educated in San Diego and eventually owned his own public relations business. Somewhere along the way, he managed two rock bands in San Diego, one of them going on to become a global sensation. He knows the dynamics of rockers, how they relate and what the business looks like. His research on the Beatles went as far as foraging for information in the city of London where the Beatles actually knew people he interviewed in preparation for writing the book.
 
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Author: eschultze@gmail.com
 
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