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Al and The Moon Dogs is Steven G. Farrell's fictional alternative historical novel the early days of the Beatles before they became internationally famous. When Gerard Moran flies over to Ireland to bury his Uncle Al, he discovers an old and battered manuscript among his uncle's papers. Al Moran has left behind his memoirs. What a memoir it is! It is the story of Al Moran's many adventures with Ginny Browne, a beautiful and independent woman from Liverpool, and a rebellious student by the name of John Lennon. This tough lad is also the leader of a struggling rock n roll band. Fact or fiction. Of course, it's fiction. The novel is a tribute to Liverpool, the Sixties and the Beatles.
Steven G. Farrell is a retired college professor. His fiction and nonfiction have appeared in over two dozen publications, including Frontier Tales, Candlelight Stories, Crime, Boxing News and Scary Monsters. Our Path Leads to Readers was published in February of 2022 by PTP/Book Division of Fountain Hills, Arizona. The book is a collection of stories, essays, reviews and interviews previously published The Path: A Literary magazine. Al and the Moon Dogs, a fiction alternative history novel, is the second book of Farrell's to be published PTP/Book Division. The book was originally published in 2013 by Celtic-Badger Publishers under the title of Mersey Boys. Mersey Boys: A Letter From Al Moran was produced in Ireland in 2017. The short film won four awards at international film festivals, including the silver award at the International New York Film Festival in July of 2021. Professor Farrell resides in Wisconsin.