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Forrester, Helen

FORRESTER, Helen

FORRESTER, Helen. (Jamunadevi Bhatia). Also writes as June Edwards. British/Canadian, b. 1919. Genres: Novels, Autobiography/Memoirs. Career: Writer. Publications: Alien There Is None, 1959; The Latchkey Kid, 1970, retitled Thursday's Child; Twopence to Cross the Mersey, 1974; (as June Edwards) Most Precious Employee, 1974; Minerva's Stepchild, 1979; Liverpool Daisy, 1979, as Liverpool Miss, 1982; By the Waters of Liverpool, 1981; Three Women of Liverpool, 1984; Lime Street at Two, 1985; The MoneyleNders of Shahpur, 1987; Yes, Mama, 1987; The Lemon Tree, 1990; The Liverpool Basque, 1993; Mourning Doves, 1996; Madame Barbara, 1999; A Cuppa Tea and an Aspirin, 2003. Address: c/o The Writers' Union of Canada, 40 Wellington St E, 3rd Fl, Toronto, ON, Canada M5E 1C7.

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