Tag Archives: Helen Dunmore

Birdcage Walk

From the bestselling author of The Siege and Exposure and the first-ever winner of the Orange Prize comes a new novel set in Bristol…

With Your Crooked Heart

“A briskly paced page-turner . . . Dunmore’s rich writing–by turns muscular and poetic–makes With Your Crooked Heart impossible to put down.” –The Washington…

A Spell of Winter

“[Dunmore] beautifully captures paranoia, how it feels to wonder if people smell guilt on your skin and–most powerfully–how you can rationalize an act until…

The Siege

“The best historical fiction delivers emotional truth through the lives of imaginary but ordinary people, making it possible to feel the texture of events…

The Lie

On the 100th anniversary of World War I, award-winning English novelist Helen Dunmore publishes The Lie, her spellbinding tale of love, remembrance, and deception,…

Ice Cream

“Dunmore’s carefully observed stories demonstrate her ear for language and her eye for the telling moment. . . .Dunmore deftly uses narrative turning points…

The Greatcoat

“A perfect ghost story” (The Independent) by the Orange Prize–winning author of The Siege and The Betrayal.

Exposure

“Much like a slick, shape-shifting spook, Exposure is many things at once–an espionage thriller, a forbidden-love story, an immigrant’s tale—and it assumes these varied…

The Betrayal

Short-listed for the Commonwealth Writers’ Prize (South Asia and Europe), Helen Dunmore’s sequel to her best-selling novel, The Siege, is an enthralling tale of…