Singing My Him Song

Paperback | October 16, 2001

byMalachy Mccourt

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Malachy McCourt, bestselling author of A Monk Swimming, shares the extraordinary story of how he went from living the headlong and heedless life of a world-class drunk to becoming a sober, loving father and grandfather, still happily married after thirty-five years.

Bawdy and funny, naked and moving, told in the same inimitable voice that left readers all over the world wondering what happened next in A Monk Swimming, Singing My Him Song is "told with the frankness and honesty for which McCourt has become renowned" (New York Daily News).

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Malachy McCourt, bestselling author of A Monk Swimming, shares the extraordinary story of how he went from living the headlong and heedless life of a world-class drunk to becoming a sober, loving father and grandfather, still happily married after thirty-five years.Bawdy and funny, naked and moving, told in the same inimitable voice th...

Malachy McCourt, sixty-nine, is the father of five children, and the grandfather of three.He lives with his wife, Diana, in New York City.

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Format:PaperbackPublished:October 16, 2001Publisher:HarperCollinsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0060955481

ISBN - 13:9780060955489

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"A natural-born storyteller...There's much pleasure to be had in accompanying McCourt on his twisting journey to sobriety and peace." (Washington Post)