When Harvey Angell rents the attic in Ballantyre Rd, Aunt Agatha's lodging house Henry feels there is something mysterious about him. Despite his tool box and his talk of watts and volts, Harvey Angell is no ordinary electrician. Henry doing some sharp detective work discovers Harvey Angell calls himself a 'homer' and a homer can put love back into people's lives. He certainly revolutionises Ballantyre Road!
Diana Hendry was born in the Wirral and afterwards moved south to Bristol. She has two children (now grown up) and spent some years in journalism. After taking an English degree at Bristol University she turned her attention to writing which she now does full time. She has won acclaim for her poetry. She now lives in Edinburgh.