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- Random House 2016; US$ 27.18
'A gripping, subtle, emotional novel' Sadie Jones, author of The Outcast By the Sunday Times bestselling author of The Lie . Forbidden love, intimate betrayal and the devastating power of exposure drive Helen Dunmore's remarkable new novel. London, November, 1960 : the Cold War is at its height. Spy fever fills the newspapers, and the... more...
- Penguin Books Ltd 2010; US$ 14.38
The Betrayal is the sequel to Helen Dunmore's hugely successful historical novel The Siege , set in Stalin's Russia. Leningrad, 1952. Andrei, a young hospital doctor and Anna, a nursery school teacher, are forging a life together in the post-war, post-siege wreckage. But their happiness is precarious, like that of millions of Russians who... more...
- Penguin Books Ltd 2008; US$ 12.78
Burning Bright is bestselling author Helen Dunmore's second novel. When Nadine runs away to London, innocence and corruption collide . . . Nadine, a sixteen-year-old runaway new to London, is set up in a decaying Georgian house by her Finnish lover, Kai. Slowly, she begins t suspect that Kai's plans for her have little to do with love. 'Be... more...
- Penguin Books Ltd 2009; US$ 12.78
Counting the Stars is a captivating tale of forbidden love and bestselling author Helen Dunmore's tenth novel. In the heat of Rome's long summer, the poet Catullus and his older married lover, Clodia Metelli, meet in secret. Living at the heart of sophisticated, brittle and brutal Roman society at the time of Pompey, Crassus and Julius Caesar,... more...
- HarperCollins 2009; US$ 16.38
Sapphire lives in two worlds. On land she walks the rocky shores of the Cornwall coast?but under the sea she can swim like a seal by the side of her Mer friend Faro. Now both of Sapphy's worlds are threatened. In the profound depths of the ocean, where the Mer cannot go, a monster called the Kraken is stirring. He has the power to sweep Ingo away... more...
- Bloodaxe Books 2014; US$ 9.99
A celebrated winner of fiction's Orange Prize, Helen Dunmore is as spellbinding a storyteller in her poetry as in her novels. Glad of These Times is full of haunting, joyous and wry narratives. These poems explore the fleetingness of life, its sweetness and intensity, the short time we have on earth and the pleasures of the earth, and death as the... more...
- HarperCollins Publishers 2016; US$ 1.19
A short story by Helen Dunmore from the collection Reader, I Married Him: Stories inspired by Jane Eyre. more...
- Random House 2012; US$ 12.78
In the winter of 1952, Isabel Carey moves to the East Riding of Yorkshire with her husband Philip, a GP. With Philip spending long hours on call, Isabel finds herself isolated and lonely as she strives to adjust to the realities of married life. Woken by intense cold one night, she discovers an old RAF greatcoat hidden in the back of a cupboard.... more...
- Penguin Books Ltd 2007; US$ 15.98
House of Orphans is bestselling author Helen Dunmore's ninth novel. Finland, 1902, and the Russian Empire enforces a brutal policy to destroy Finland's freedom and force its people into submission. Eeva, orphaned daughter of a failed revolutionary, also battles to find her independence and identity. Destitute when her father dies, she is sent... more...
- HarperCollins 2009; US$ 6.99
I wish I was away in IngoFar across the briny sea,Sailing over deepest watersWhere love nor care never trouble me. . . . By the Cornwall coast where Sapphire lives with her family, it's easy to hear the call of the sea. Too easy. When the sea called to Sapphy's father, he vanished from her life. When the sea called to her brother, he started disappearing... more...