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Talking to the Dead Helen Dunmore

Talking to the Dead By Helen Dunmore

Talking to the Dead by Helen Dunmore

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While Isabel is convalescing from a difficult birth and resultant hysterectomy, her sister Nina comes to stay. This book revolves around the daughter of the local farmer and mother's help, Edward, Isabel's gay friend and confidant and Isabel's husband to whom Nina finds herself deeply attracted.

Talking to the Dead Summary

Talking to the Dead by Helen Dunmore

Isabel and Nina. Inseparable since childhood. Sisters. Bound together by a tragedy, the knowledge of which could destroy their adult lives. Brought together one burning hot summer, by the birth of Isabel's first child, tensions are brought to the surface and obsessions take root as Nina embarks on an affair with her sister's husband.

About Helen Dunmore

Helen Dunmore lives in Bristol. She is an award winning poet and novelist. Her adult novels, all published by Penguin, are; ZENNOR IN DARKNESS, which was awarded the McKitterick Prize in 1994, BURNING BRIGHT and A SPELL OF WINTER, which won the 1996Orange Prize for Fiction.

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Talking to the Dead by Helen Dunmore
Used - Very Good
Penguin Books Ltd
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