Ken Mansfield can write authoritatively about the music business of the sixties and the Beatles because he was there in the midst of it-making it happen. As a young record label executive at Capitol Records, the Beatles were his clients, and they became his friends. When the lads from Liverpool began their own record label, Ken Mansfield became the first American manager of Apple Records. The Beatles, the Bible, and Bodega Bay contains his reflections on those heady days of the Beatles era, including his personal recollections of the members of the Beatles and personal reflections and commentary on the times and the people. But that is only part of the story. Ken Mansfield reconstructs his journey of discovery that led him to faith. His personal reflection on the Bible and his faith bring the narrative into the present tense and places everything into perspective. A life that has seen the wealth and power that fame and fortune can offer, now reflects on the inescapable spiritual realities, tying together The Beatles, the Bible, and Bodega Bay.