Magical Mystery Tours: My Life with the Beatles was co-authored by Tony Bramwell and Rosemary Kingsland. It was published by St. Martin's Griffin in 2006. To date, this is the only book Tony Bramwell has written.
Critical reception has been positive. Entertainment Weekly praised the work, writing "Though it doesn’t drop any bombshells, Tours is a tour de force of amusing details (like the suitcase of baked beans a curry-shy Starr took with him when the Beatles jetted to India in 1968 to sit at the Maharishi’s feet)." The Birmingham Post also rated the book favorably, stating "This is more that just another biography about the Beatles. It's a memoir of childhood in the post-war North and a great social commentary, as it chronicles the birth of pop culture, from Liverpool in the 50's, London in the Swinging 60's to the New York/L.A. scenes of today."