The book is called 'An Investigation Into: The Beatles,Paul McCartney: His Alleged Death And Cover-Up In Late 1966,' by Michael Wright.
I say "possibly not PID," since I'm not sure what to make of this book. But first, there are some problems with this book that I find frustrating, so lets get that out of the way. There are grammatical errors all over the place. The sentence structures read like they were written by a child, or a person who's second language is english. The author constantly repeats himself and the content section has no page numbering. If that isn't enough, the book has no pictures, which makes absolutely no sense. A subject of this nature, needs picture comparisons to back up the theory. And last, there is no index. I came close to putting the book down, but there is some intriguing information in here, which is worth talking about.
So what is going on? Is there a deliberate attempt to discredit the information here? What about the editing? If there was an editor, I can't find the person's name. So it occurred to me that this information, which is already on the internet, may be an attempt for the powers-that-be, to take control of it.
My suspicion is, the author may be eluding to the fact that there are several different Pauls out there, and that he may be using the PID thing to get that information out. There is a very curious chapter in the book on cloning. In fact, it's the very first chapter, as if the author wants this information out, before the reader throws the book away. Now, it may sound like I'm giving the author too much credit. I'm not. It seems to me, the author took this work from others, like the work on this forum, and is selling it as his own. Doesn't matter to me, as long as the message gets out.
Michael Wright's contention is, Paul was most likely killed in a car accident on September 11th (that date again) and was cloned from his DNA and aged close to the age of 24, the age Paul would have been in 1966. Wow! We on this forum have known about this for some time, but to read it in a book from Amazon.con, well that's another matter.
So I recommend reading this book, but with a lot of caution. Reading between the lines, may be the best advice here. And there is information in it that I haven't read before, so this should add to the narrative. I'm about a quarter ways through the book, so I'll add more to the discussion as I read further.