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Things I Couldn't Tell My Mother: My Autobiography | Paperback

Released on 01 March 2012

Author: Sue Johnston | Format: Paperback

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Sue Johnston always seemed to be disappointing her mother. As a girl she never stayed clean and tidy like her cousins. As she grew older, she spent all her piano lesson money on drinks for her mates down the pub, and when she discovered The Cavern she was never at home. This title is a memoir of this Britain's favourite actress.

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AuthorSue Johnston
PublisherEbury Press (GB)
Year2012
ISBN9780091938901
FormatPaperback - 352 Pages