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The river —Humphreys, Helen, 1961- author.
Book
2015
4 available of 5 items

The lost garden —Humphreys, Helen, 1961-
Book
2002
12 available of 14 items

England, during World War II. In this story of love and loss, a group of young women is sent to revitalize the vegetable gardens at an estate in Devon, where a contingent of Canadian soldiers awaits posting to the battle...

Coventry : [a novel] —Humphreys, Helen, 1961-
Book
2008
12 available of 12 items

Harriet, a widow, stands on the roof of Coventry Cathedral as part of the nightly fire watch, when first the factories and then the church itself are set on fire in an air attack. In the ensuing chaos Harriet and a young...

Wild dogs —Humphreys, Helen, 1961-
Book
2004
5 available of 5 items

Six people gather every evening at the edge of the woods, calling their now feral dogs to come back to them. Each of these people has a troubled life; each needs love and support.

The lost garden —Humphreys, Helen, 1961-
Large Print
2003
1 available of 1 items

The evening chorus : a novel —Humphreys, Helen, 1961- author.
Book
2015
17 available of 17 items

The brilliant new novel about love, war and the ways of escape. Shot down on his first RAF mission, James Hunter, an English officer, spends the Second World War in a German POW camp. While other prisoners plan daring es...

The frozen Thames —Humphreys, Helen, 1961-
Book
2007
6 available of 6 items

Nocturne : on the life and death of my brother —Humphreys, Helen, 1961-, author.
Book
2013
10 available of 10 items

Helen Humphreys' younger brother was gone before she could come to terms with the fact that he was terminally ill. Diagnosed with stage 4B pancreatic cancer at the age of forty-five, he died four months later, leaving be...

The reinvention of love : a novel —Humphreys, Helen, 1961-
Book
2011
8 available of 9 items

When Charles Sainte-Beuve, an ambitious French journalist, meets Victor Hugo, a young writer on the verge of fame, he finds himself helplessly attracted to Hugo's long-suffering wife, Adèle. The two lovers begin an affa...

Afterimage —Humphreys, Helen, 1961-
Book
2000
5 available of 5 items

Leaving earth —Humphreys, Helen, 1961-
Book
1997
4 available of 4 items

Anthem —Humphreys, Helen, 1961-
Book
1999
2 available of 2 items

The lost garden —Humphreys, Helen, 1961-
Book
2004
1 available of 1 items

Nocturne on the life and death of my brother —Humphreys, Helen, 1961-
Restricted DAISY Zip (CELA)
2014

Helen Humphreys younger brother Martin was gone before she could come to terms with the fact that he had terminal cancer. Diagnosed with pancreatic cancer at the age of forty-five, he died just four months later. Martin ...

Afterimage —Humphreys, Helen, 1961-
DAISY Sound Recording
2001
1 available of 1 items

Annie Phelan is an orphan child of the Irish potato famine and works in the home of Isabelle and Eldon Dashell. Isabelle is an aspiring photographer in the days when photography was a relatively new pastime, and one not ...

The reinvention of love a novel —Humphreys, Helen, 1961-
DAISY Sound Recording
2012
1 available of 1 items

When Charles Sainte-Beuve, an ambitious French journalist, meets Victor Hugo, a young writer on the verge of fame, he finds himself in a world of great passions, a world in which words can become swords. But, to Charles?...

Leaving Earth a novel —Humphreys, Helen, 1961-
Restricted DAISY Zip (CELA)
2005

Describes how pilots Grace O'Gorman and Willa Briggs, in 1933, flew a biplane and tried to stay aloft circling Toronto harbour twenty-five days. Depicts the experience of flying in an open cockpit and the bond the women ...

En l'air roman —Humphreys, Helen, 1961-
Restricted DAISY Zip (CELA)
2002

Oeuvre de fiction dont les détails techniques reposent sur des faits historiques et qui s'inspire de la vie des aviatrices américaines, Grace O'Gorman et Willa Briggs, "fragiles et téméraires", qui établirent un rec...

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