This book is a work of non-fiction based on the life, experiences and recollections of Paul O’Grady. In some limited cases names of people, places, dates, sequences or the detail of events have been changed solely to protect the privacy of others.
Paul O'Grady is the author of At My Mother's Knee.
Only 3 left in stock (more on the way). Only 7 left in stock (more on the way). Paul O'Grady is the author of At My Mother's Knee. He has won numerous awards including a Bafta for Best Entertainment Performance in 2005, National Television Awards for Most Popular Daytime Program 2005 and Most Popular Entertainment Show 2008, and a Comedy Award for Best Comedy Entertainment Personality also in 2005.
The Devil Rides Out is a 1934 novel by Dennis Wheatley telling a disturbing story of black magic and the occult. The four main characters, the Duke de Richleau, Rex van Ryn, Simon Aaron and Richard Eaton, appear in a series of novels by Wheatley. The book was made into a film by Hammer Film Productions in 1968. There is also an abridged, young adult version "retold" by Alison Sage for the "Fleshcreepers" series (1987).
Heng orn and arl get him for you, Tony. osting him a bloody fortun. eng orn, Tony, he’s jist caming. Tony was still living in Southend-on-Sea, working for the Customs and Excise, hating every minute of it but sticking it out so he could get his promotion.
The devil rides out!'The further adventures of Paul O'Grady - following on from the At My Mother's Knee - are, if anything, even more hilarious and outrageous than what has come before. To say that The Devil Rides Out is action-packed is an understatement.
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The Devil Rides Out book. The eighteen-year-old Paul O'Grady gets ready for a big Saturday night out on the town. New white T-shirt, freshly ironed jeans, looking good
The Devil Rides Out book. New white T-shirt, freshly ironed jeans, looking good. As he bids farewell to his mum, who's on the phone to his auntie, and wanders off down the street in a cloud of aftershave, he hears her familiar cry: 'Oh, the devil rides out tonight, Annie. The Devil rides out!'< Birkenhead, 1973.
The eighteen-year-old Paul O'Grady gets ready for a big Saturday night out on the town. The devil rides out!'
Paul O'Grady first came to fame in the guise of Lily Savage, and was nominated for a Perrier Award at the Edinburgh Festival in 1991. Paul O'Grady first came to fame in the guise of Lily Savage, and was nominated for a Perrier Award at the Edinburgh Festival in 1991. Lily later became a regular on This Morning, took over the bed on The Big Breakfast and presented Blankety Blank, but has now retired.