Bloody Mary


      Bloody Mary
Since she rose to international fame in 1985 with her seminal album Tired and Emotional , Mary Coughlan has battled addiction, problems in her personal life and the mismanagement of her career In this funny, moving and typically outspoken memoir, Ireland s best loved jazz singer pulls no punches as she recalls her struggles. Read Bloody Mary – tbjewellers.co.uk

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  • Paperback
  • 283 pages
  • Bloody Mary
  • Mary Coughlan
  • English
  • 12 September 2019
  • 0340993472

10 thoughts on “ Bloody Mary

  1. says:

    Ive only recently come across the singer Mary Coughlan as shes a big favourite of my partner Before going to see her in Hebden Bridge next weekend, I thought it would be a good idea to read her autobiography Bloody Mary is well named Her life story up to 2009 when the book was published is told in warts and all style here, detailing her childhood sexual abuse, her related descent into alcoholism and drug abuse and her recovery as a person and an artist Despite her travails, Coughlan is I ve only ...

  2. says:

    I seriously had my doubts about this book The first thirteen chapters felt light weight and not particularly authentic Then somewhat like the story Mary was telling about her life it changed gear, it suddenly became real and totally authentic and farenjoyable It seems to me the first part of her life whilst chaotic and full of anger, for some interesting for me not so She wasn t wholly present, therefore I suspect making it difficult for her to recall how she actually felt but as she I seriously had my doubts about this book The first thirteen chapters felt light weight and not particularly authentic Then somewhat like the story Mary was telling about her life it changed gear, it suddenly became real and totally authentic and farenjoyable It seems to me the first part of her life whilst chaotic and full of anger, for some interesting for me not so She wasn t wholly present, therefore I suspect making it difficult for her to recall how she actually felt but as she becomes present in her own life we start to see and feel Mary.I wanted to read this because I saw her perform as part of a writers and readers festival in Auckland relating to ...

  3. says:

    Compelling warts and all tale of Irish jazz and blues singer She holds nothing back in this occasionally gritty sometimes humorous autobiography Highly recommended.

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