In Camus Answers Jessie MacQuarrie continues the story of Phyllis and Reg’s dream which started on a remote caravan site on the west coast of Scotland. It will be enjoyed as a story in its own right or by the readers of Jessie’s earlier novel Camus Calling many of whom requested that she continue the story.
From the start of the first full season as an independent site Camus flourishes and gains further recognition from the Tourist Board. Both the Kayak business and a TV programme starring the Camus wildlife attract a whole new set of visitors. The story continues with the dramas, humour and adventures of their latest guests including, of course, Norman, the highland cow, who remains a consistent and much loved character of the site.
Jessie introduces characters inspired by real people that she has encountered on caravan sites and her experiences, of visiting much of the West Coast.
Jessie’s love of Scotland is reflected in Phyllis’s growing passion for the Highlands. The breathtaking beauty and colours of the landscape, the wildlife and the friendliness of the people conspire to form a lasting bond. As family ties in England abate Phyllis’s dream to stay gets closer still.