Books by Steve Turner

BEATLES '66 by Steve Turner
Released: Oct. 25, 2016

"Sir Paul once remarked to the author, 'We were just four kids trying to earn a living.' They were much, much more, of course, and while he breaks little new ground, Turner does a nice job of capturing them at their best."
A pleasing romp through the Beatles' annus mirabilis. Read full book review >
Released: Nov. 1, 2002

"A sensitive and thoughtful take on a much-loved song."
British music writer Turner (Trouble Man, 2000, etc.) pens an informative biography of the man who wrote "Amazing Grace" and a comprehensive chronicle of the hymn's journey to cultural iconhood. Read full book review >
TROUBLE MAN by Steve Turner
Released: Oct. 1, 2000

"A life as haunting as the music, and a biography that comes very close to doing it justice. (16 b&w photos)"
Sex, drugs, and rhythm and blues punctuate this tormenting story of one of Motown's greatest voices. Read full book review >