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The second of Judy Nunn’s captivating short stories featuring the homeless men and women who gather around the plastic bins near the docks, is a heart-warming tale of friendship and community.

This ebook also includes an extract from Judy Nunn's new novel, Sanctuary.

For eight years now Oskar the Pole has been a widower. As a homeless vagrant, pushing a supermarket trolley through the streets of life, he cuts a lonely figure.

But Oskar has a talent. He can play chess, and he can play it well.

Every afternoon, at the giant chessboard in the park, Oskar becomes a star, a master, the undefeated champion . . .

The second of Judy Nunn’s captivating short stories featuring the homeless men and women who gather around the plastic bins near the docks, is a heart-warming tale of friendship and community.

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    9780143789277

    August 28, 2017

    Random House Australia

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Also by Judy Nunn

Sanctuary
Spirits of the Ghan
Territory
Floodtide
Heritage
Elianne
Tiger Men
Maralinga
The Otto Bin Empire: Clive's Story
The Great Australian Writers' Collection 2013
Just South of Rome
The Wardrobe
The House on Hill Street
The House on Hill Street (Storycuts)
The Wardrobe (Storycuts)
Judy Nunn Free Sampler
Kal
Pacific
Beneath The Southern Cross
Araluen
Centre Stage
The Glitter Game

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The Handmaid's Tale
To Kill A Mockingbird
A Gentleman in Moscow
Echo Burning
Best Laid Plans
The Heart's Invisible Furies
The Girl on the Train
Dragonfly In Amber
The Narrow Road to the Deep North
The Curious Incident of the Dog In the Night-time
The Golden Age
The Golden House
Swing Time
The Bear and The Nightingale
The Mistress
The Girls
Tiger Men
Fifty Shades Darker
The Secret Vineyard
Ready Player One