Billy, the ground-breaking biography of Billy Connolly, gave us a fascinating insight into the life of this genius. In Bravemouth, Pamela Stephenson celebrates her year of living dangerously with Billy - as he sidesteps accolades, a Big Birthday Party and the pressures of Hollywood to change the colour of his beard. Witty, insightful and intimate, Pamela's frank and funny portrayal of an eventful year draws the reader into two different worlds: hers of international sexology and the serious psychology of humorists, his of incontinence pads, being married to a shrink and the finer points of banjo playing. 
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