DescriptionHelen Dunmore's critically acclaimed new collection of short stories are both brilliant and sensuous. Ranging from Victorian tragedy to the tale of a dinner-lady's love, from the death of a light-keeper's wife to the birth of babies from the Superstork catalogue, Helen Dunmore's stories are a delicious treat.
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About the Author
HELEN DUNMORE is a novelist, short story writer and poet. She has written twenty-two children's books, including Brother Brother, Sister Sister; The Lilac Tree; The Seal Cove; and the bestselling Ingo series. She has written nine adult books including A Spell of Winter, which won the 1996 Orange Prize for Fiction. Her poetry collections have won the Poetry Society's Alice Hunt Bartlett Prize and the Signal Poetry Award. Helen Dunmore was born in Yorkshire, England, and now lives in Bristol with her husband and children.
Carole Boyd's theater work includes a year performing with Alan Ayckbourn's Scarborough Company where she created the role of June in Way Upstream, while her television credits include Hetty Wainthropp Investigates and Mystery!: Campion. Boyd also plays the notorious Lynda Snell in The Archers, is a regular reader on BBC Radio 4's Poetry Please, and has won three audiobook awards for her recordings.