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Helen Simonson


Helen Simonson

Helen Simonson was born in England and spent her teenage years in a small village in East Sussex. A graduate of the London School of Economics, she has spent the last three decades in the United States and currently lives in Brooklyn, New York. Simonson is married with two grown sons and is the author of three novels: MAJOR PETTIGREW'S LAST STAND, THE SUMMER BEFORE THE WAR and THE HAZELBOURNE LADIES MOTORCYCLE AND FLYING CLUB.

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Books by Helen Simonson

by Helen Simonson - Fiction, Historical Fiction, Women's Fiction

This timeless comedy of manners --- refreshing as a summer breeze and bracing as the British seaside --- is about a generation of young women facing the seismic changes brought on by war and dreaming of the boundless possibilities of their future.