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Helene Young Helene Young i(A131021 works by)
Gender: Female
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BiographyHistory

In 2010 Helene Young worked as a Check and Training Captain with a major regional airline.

Most Referenced Works

Awards for Works

y separately published work icon Return to Roseglen Melbourne : Penguin , 2018 14129922 2018 single work novel

'A moving and insightful family drama about three generations coming to terms with the family matriarch facing her final days.

'At times like these families should be coming together, not tearing each other apart.

'On her remote North Queensland cattle station, Ivy Dunmore is facing the end of her days. Increasingly frail, all she holds dear is threatened not just by crippling drought, but by jealousy and greed – and that’s from within her own family.

'Can Felicity, who's battling her own crisis as her fiftieth birthday approaches, protect her mother and reunite her family under the homestead's faded iron roof? Or will sibling rivalries erupt and long-held secrets from the past break a family in crisis?

'From award-winning Australian author Helene Young comes a story about family fractures and feuds in later life – and about loved ones being there for each other when it matters the most.' (Publication summary)

2019 longlisted Davitt Award Best Adult Crime Novel
y separately published work icon Northern Heat Melbourne : Penguin , 2015 8567095 2015 single work novel thriller romance

'In steamy northern Queensland, Conor is living under an assumed name and rebuilding his shattered life. Working at Cooktown's youth centre has given him the chance to make a difference again, and a chance to flirt with Dr Kristy Dark.

'After tragedy tore her family apart, Kristy fled to Cooktown with her feisty teenage daughter, Abby. She hoped being part of the small community would help them both heal, but Abby's sports coach is turning out to be a compelling distraction.

'When a severe cyclone menaces the coast, threatening to destroy everything in its path, tensions come to a head – and the weather is not the only danger in Cooktown. Cut off from the world and with her life on the line, Kristy will have to summon her courage and place her trust in Conor, or they'll both lose someone they love.' (Publication summary)

2016 longlisted Davitt Award Best Adult Crime Novel
2015 finalist Australian Romance Readers Awards Favourite Cover from a Romance
2015 winner Australian Romance Readers Awards Favourite Romantic Suspense
y separately published work icon Safe Harbour Melbourne : Penguin Books , 2014 7087029 2014 single work novel romance

'When Darcy Fletcher drags a handsome sailor from a stricken yacht, she finds herself drawn into his mysterious world. Having saved his life can she now rescue him from his dark past? Or will that endanger all she holds most dear?

'Noah, keeper of the peace and guardian of the Banskia Cove secrets, knows he can’t he tell Darcy the real reason this man has washed up on their shores. If she knew the links between the stranger and her own dysfunctional family, she’d flee the Cove and he’d lose her love forever.

'As they take refuge in an old whaling station, only one thing is certain – by morning, no one will be the same again. Lies will surface. Hearts will break, and not all will find safe harbour.'

Source: Publisher's blurb.

2015 longlisted Davitt Award Best Adult Crime Novel
2014 winner Australian Romance Readers Awards Favourite Romantic Suspense
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