This second book in Jude Southerland Kessler's expanded biography series on John Winston Lennon begins with the forming of a managerial agreement between the boys and Brian Epstein (10 December 1961). The Beatles could hardly catch their breath, and neither will the reader of Shivering Inside, as the ticket to ride continues through the Hamburg tours, the releasing of Pete Best, and the hiring of Ringo Starr. You'll join the Fab Four as they record "Love Me Do," "From Me To You," and "Please, Please Me." The lads worked non-stop with gigs, television programmes, the Helen Shapiro tour, the Roe-Montez tour, and a blur of engagements and recording sessions. But for John Lennon, the hectic rise to glory failed to cure his Shivering Inside. He was still searching for something...or someone...to fill the hole in his heart.