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Kirsty MacColl: The Biography Hardcover – 12 Sep 2013
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"O'Brien's book is a sensitive and sometimes poignant biography... Thankfully, her biographer has the gentleness of touch to celebrate this brief but vibrant life without sentimentalising it" (Guardian) --Guardian
"This book is a thoroughly good read that urges you to re-investigate the woman's causes, as well as her music" (Record Collector)" --Record Collector
About the Author
Karen O'Brien is a news editor for the BBC World Service in London. As a news journalist, she has worked in print, radio and television, including the BBC and Reuters. She has written and broadcast widely on the arts, with a particular passion for music. Her previous books include Joni Mitchell: Shadows and Light (Virgin, 2001) and Hymn to Her (Virago, 1995), a collection of writings on women musicians, including Kirsty MacColl.