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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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  • EBook

    9780143789277

    August 28, 2017

    Random House Australia

    48 pages

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