- Häftad (Paperback / softback)
- Antal sidor
- Hurndall, Alan
- Black & white illustrations
- 192 x 128 x 36 mm
- Antal komponenter
- 381 g
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A Father's Heart-Breaking Story of the Daughter He Lost
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`Debbie Barham was addicted to comedy: she lived and died writing it. This book is a moving tribute to an astonishing talent and a life that ran out before the jokes did.' Rory Bremner `A truly extraordinary person.' Clive Anderson `The unsung queen of comedy.' The Telegraph `She could be rude enough to make even Graham Norton blush.' Ned Sherrin `An amazing talent.' Bob Monkhouse `In her short life, Deb achieved what most writers would wish for in a much longer lifetime. She was prodigiously talented.' Bruce Hyman radio producer `A frank and heartbreaking account of the battle with anorexia that left acclaimed comedy writer Deborah Barham dead at 26.' Mail on Sunday (Jan 06)
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PETER BARHAM was an absentee father - he didn't know his daughter well until she turned up on his doorstep weighing little over five stone. For nine months Peter gave Debbie round-the-clock care but her desire for independence finally took her back to London and the life that destroyed her three years later. ALAN HURNDALL is an eminent award-winning journalist, writer, author and film-maker.