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  1. This is the second autobiography of Paul O'Grady, talented entertainer and certified nutcase! FYI: His first book was "At my Mother's knee (and other low joints)" In some places "Devil" is a bit "earthy". Such as when Paul trawled around the nightclubs of foreign parts, as a young man (the things those chaps on stage did with a Coke bottle would bring tears to the eyes!) but all is recalled with Paul's humour firmly to the fore, so, for most people it wouldn't be too shocking. Best to be aware of this though, if you're considering buying it as a Christmas pressie for Grannie. Both these books are hugely entertaining "reads" - funny, heartwrenching in places, and an interesting window into the days (not so long ago) when a young man could fall into a range of jobs from barman in a transvestite's club, to a houseparent for disabled kids, with relative ease. Along the way we meet a range of Paul's old friends - with their range of lifestyles. This guy has led a full life!
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