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Miss Buzby's Boarders

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Miss Buzby's Boarders by Arthur Lewis Tubbs is a heartwarming and charming novel that takes readers on a journey through the lives of a cast of eccentric characters living in a boarding house. The story is filled with humor, wit, and unexpected twists that keep readers engaged from beginning to end.

The author does a fantastic job of developing the various characters in the boarding house, each with their own quirks and personalities that make them feel like real individuals. From the grumpy old man who loves to stir up trouble to the shy young woman who finds her voice, each character adds depth and dimension to the story.

Tubbs' writing style is easy to read and flows smoothly, making it a pleasure to immerse oneself in the world of Miss Buzby's Boarders. The plot moves at a steady pace, never feeling rushed or dragging, and the dialogue is witty and enjoyable.

Overall, Miss Buzby's Boarders is a delightful tale that will appeal to readers of all ages. It offers a perfect blend of humor, drama, and heart, making it a must-read for anyone looking for a feel-good story. I highly recommend this book to anyone in search of a charming and engaging read.

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Who knows what might be going on in Miss Buzby's boarding house, where she accepts theatrical types? - Summary by ToddHW Cast list: Jerome Townsend, a lover somewhat in the background: Tommy Hersant Felix Marden, who is not afraid to come to the front: Adrian Stephens Mr. Smith, a mysterious individual: ToddHW Alexander Pettifer, a worm that finally turns: Alan Mapstone Jimmie Spangler, a song and dance artist: David Purdy Marguerite Marr, a star in vaudeville: JennPratt Lillian Wendale, by the villian still pursued: ashleighjane Pansy Purple, Jimmie's professional partner: Kelly S. Taylor Amelia Buzby, from the country, who keeps boarders in the city: Availle Mrs. Pettifer, with a mind of her own, and willing to speak it: TJ Burns Florinda, who is generally on hand: Annie Mars Stage Directions: Devorah Allen Editing: ToddHW

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