Description: On a fine Spring day in Edinburgh, a strange, shabby little man alights from the train at Waverley Station and makes a beeline for Princes Street Gardens, bearing gifts for the squirrels that inhabit the trees there. He meets an old Polish gentleman who, feeling sorry for the little "tramp," offers him free temporary accommodation in his large house on the edge of the City's New Town. But old Josef doesn't know what he has let himself, or his tenants, in for. Over the next few days, the old landlord, poor lovelorn Miss Laird and the crook, Driscoll, will all feel the effect of Buster's presence and their lives will be changed forever. A magical story of Springtime in Edinburgh which will lift your spirits and make you want to read it over and over again. Don't miss Buster while he's in town! 'A well-crafted novella which is a treasure'.
Author: Nicoll, John Robertson
Publisher: Blue Ocean Publishing
Publication Date: 10.09.2015
BIC: Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)
Pagination: 84 pages, 6 black and white illustrations