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  • Inside the Wave by Helen Dunmore
    Inside the Wave (English, Paperback) Helen Dunmore

    Winner of the Costa Book of the Year 2017...

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  • Zennor in Darkness by Helen Dunmore
    Zennor in Darkness (Paperback) Helen Dunmore

    Spring, 1917, and war haunts the Cornish coastal village of Zennor: ships are being sunk by U-boats, strangers are treated with suspicion, and newspapers are full of spy stories. Into this turmoil come D H Lawrence and his German wife, Frieda hoping to escape the war-fever that grips London.

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  • The Crossing of Ingo by Helen Dunmore
    The Crossing of Ingo (Paperback) Helen Dunmore

    Stunning reissue in a beautiful new cover-look of this fourth novel in the critically acclaimed Ingo Chronicles.

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  • The Siege by Helen Dunmore
    The Siege (Paperback) Helen Dunmore

    Leningrad, September 1941. Hitler orders the German forces to surround the city at the start of the most dangerous, desperate winter in its history. For two pairs of lovers - Anna and Andrei, Anna's novelist father and banned actress Marina - the siege becomes a battle for survival.

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  • The Tide Knot by Helen Dunmore
    The Tide Knot (Paperback) Helen Dunmore

    Stunning reissue in a beautiful new cover-look of this second novel in the critically acclaimed Ingo Chronicles.

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  • The Deep by Helen Dunmore
    The Deep (Paperback) Helen Dunmore

    Stunning reissue in a beautiful new cover-look of this third novel in the critically acclaimed Ingo Chronicles.

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  • The Lie by Helen Dunmore
    The Lie (English, Paperback) Helen Dunmore

    Nominated for the Folio Prize and shortlisted for the Walter Scott Prize for Historial Fiction, and the Royal Society of Literature Ondaatje Prize.Set during and just after the First World War, The Lie is an enthralling, heart-wrenching novel of love, memory and devastating loss by one of the UK's most acclaimed storytellers.

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  • The Betrayal by Helen Dunmore
    The Betrayal (Paperback) Helen Dunmore

    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 must avoid the claws of Stalin's merciless Ministry for State security.

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  • Ingo by Helen Dunmore
    Ingo (Paperback) Helen Dunmore

    Stunning reissue, in beautiful new cover-look, of this magical and award-winning novel - the first of the spellbinding Ingo Chronicles...

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  • The Ferry Birds by Helen Dunmore
    The Ferry Birds (Paperback) Helen Dunmore, Rebecca Cobb

    A paperback edition of Dunmore's first picture book for children, with delightful and evocative illustrations by Rebecca Cobb.

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  • Stormswept by Helen Dunmore
    Stormswept (English, Paperback) Helen Dunmore

    An atmospheric and beautifully written adventure, from the award-winning author of the Ingo series.

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  • House of Orphans by Helen Dunmore
    House of Orphans (Paperback) Helen Dunmore

    Eeva, orphaned daughter of a failed revolutionary, also battles to find her independence and identity. Destitute when her father dies, she is sent away to a country orphanage, and then employed as servant to a widowed doctor, Thomas Eklund.

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  • A Spell of Winter by Helen Dunmore
    A Spell of Winter (Paperback) Helen Dunmore

    Catherine and her brother, Rob, don't know why they have been abandoned by their parents. Incarcerated in the enormous country house of their grandfather - 'the man from nowhere' - they create a refuge against their family's dark secrets, and against the outside world as it moves towards the First World War.

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  • Talking to the Dead by Helen Dunmore
    Talking to the Dead (Paperback) Helen Dunmore

    Unloved by their distant mother, Isabel and Nina cemented their bond in childhood when tragedy struck the family. Many yeas later, with the difficult birth of Isabel's first child, it is Nina who comes to stay and help out her older sister. But Nina has other, important reasons for being under her sister's roof.

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  • The Drowned Book by Sean O'Brien
    The Drowned Book (English, Paperback) Sean O'Brien

    Picador's second collection from one of the finest English poets of the last fifty years

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  • The Little Sea Dragon's Wild Adventure by Helen Dunmore
    The Little Sea Dragon's Wild Adventure (Hardback) Helen Dunmore, Michael Foreman

    The follow-up to "The Lonely Dragon", this takes the little Sea Dragon on a wild and surprising adventure. With illustrations by Michael Foreman.

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  • Birdcage Walk by Helen Dunmore
    Birdcage Walk (English, CD-Audio) Helen Dunmore

    It is 1792 and Europe is seized by political turmoil and violence....

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  • Malarkey by Helen Dunmore
    Malarkey (English, Paperback) Helen Dunmore

    The Malarkey is Helen Dunmore's first poetry book since Glad of These Times (2007). Its title poem won the National Poetry Competition in 2010.

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  • The Greatcoat by Helen Dunmore
    The Greatcoat (English, Paperback) Helen Dunmore

    "Written in crisp, enthralling prose . . . the sense of deja vu surrounding the story makes it all the more chilling. . . . Tense and engaging."?The New Yorker ?A perfect ghost story.??The Independent Helen Dunmore is a bestselling novelist and poet whose historical novels have been compared to Tolstoy, Emily Bronte, and Virginia Woolf. In her new novel, Dunmore once again dives into the past with an evocative and sophisticated ghost story about a love affair between a neglected wife and a mysterious soldier. In the winter of 1952, Isabel Carey moves to the East Riding of Yorkshire with her husband, Philip, a medical doctor. With Philip spending long hours on call, Isabel finds herself lonely and vulnerable as she strives to adjust to the realities of being a housewife. One evening, while Philip is at work, Isabel is woken by intense cold. When she hunts for extra blankets, she discovers an old RAF greatcoat hidden in the back of a cupboard. Sleeping under the coat for warmth, she starts to dream. And not long afterward, she is startled by a knock at her window. Outside is a young RAF pilot named Alec, whose powerful presence both disturbs and excites her. They begin an intense affair, but nothing has prepared her for the truth about Alec's life, nor the impact it will have on her own. A spectral tale of love and war that blurs the line between the real and imaginary, The Greatcoat is an atmospheric and accomplished literary chiller about quiet temptations and the lasting trauma of battle.

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  • A Wreath Of Roses by Elizabeth Taylor
    A Wreath Of Roses (Paperback) Elizabeth Taylor

    *Elizabeth Taylor is one of the most acclaimed 20th century writers *With a new introduction by Helen Dunmore

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