Browse by Charity

Browse by Genre

9780755357321

ISBN: 9780755357321

Paperback

Retail Price £6.99
You Save £3.24 (46%)
Our Price £3.75

Sell this Book
Add to Wish List

Mother's Ruin

the Extraordinary True Story of How Alcohol Destroys a Family

by Nicola Barry

Category: Fiction / A - C
Publisher:
Publication date: 20 March 2008
Number of pages: 304

Description:
A true story of alcohol addiction of a mother and her daughter, it shows how one succumbed to alcohol and the other struggled and survived.

Author's Biography:
Nicola Barry is a feature writer and columnist, currently with the Sunday Express and Press and Journal. She also worked at the Edinburgh Evening News for five years and the Scotsman. She is a recent graduate of the celebrated MPhil course in Creative Writing at Glasgow University and is currently studying for a PhD in the same field. She has won various press awards, mainly for her writing on social issues and for her columns. She lives with her partner and dog in Edinburgh.

In Stock: 3 copies

Books Found 3

Seller Condition & Comments Price inc. Delivery Add to Basket

Bookshelves

Bookshelves

Stars 4.71 Stars

Ratings 260

Contact Member
Condition: Excellent

V.G. condition' once read only.
£3.75 Free delivery

Cracker89

Cracker89

Stars I am New

Ratings 0

Contact Member
Condition: New
£3.75 Free delivery

James Jukes

James Jukes

Stars I am New

Ratings 0

Contact Member
Condition: Acceptable
£2.75 £1 off

Books Found 3

Back