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Book Review: Bootleg Stardust

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By Glenn Dixon (paperback) $15.99

Set in 1974, Dixon’s colorful novel takes the reader on a journey through the height of the 1970s rock world, and follows the ups and downs of high-school dropout Levi Jackson, a red hot guitar player who lands an audition for a prominent band who are recording at London’s Abbey Road Studios. What ensues is a tale that demonstrates the power of music to bring people together—and break them apart—and the courage it takes to find your own voice while navigating egos, jealousies, and deceptions.

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