Taschenbuch - 423 pages - Virgin Books - 1994 - Englisch
She Walked The Line Between Sinner And Saint. But When She Sang, She Was An Angel.
came the hard way, after she battled a Virginia hardscrabble childhood and broke through the all-male barriers of or; Nashville to make America 'Crazy' for country music.
flouted all the taboos. Brassy big-hearted, sexy as hell, she dressed like a cowgirl or a call girl, swore like a truck driver, and seduced men like a femme fatale.
bought her a dream house and a silver fox coat. But it was too little, too late to erase the memories of mental breakdown and u broken marriages—or avert the tragedies to come.
were lady-killers—hard-loving, big-talking country boys, who would hit the bottle, let her down and break her heart.
remains haunting, earthy and selling millions...even - though she fought against recording her hits, 'Walkin' After Midnight' rC and 'I Fall to Pieces,' because they weren't 'country enough.'
'A revealing and absorbing book...What a dame! What a winner!'
'Honest, no-holds-barred...Engrossing and sensitive.'