Tea at the Opalaco and other stories – Jane Lockyer Willis

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A collection of twenty short stories. The Visit was commended for the 2011 John Walter Salver competition and Jane was also awarded second prize in 2015 for her story Undelivered. Several of her pieces have been adapted for radio. “An eclectic collection of stories exploring human relations” “Tearooms, picnics, weddings and romantic encounters abound” Jane has written a number of one act plays, three full length plays; several non-fiction books published by Cassell; a novel and a self-help booklet. She is a member of The Society of Women Writers & Journalists.

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1 review for Tea at the Opalaco and other stories – Jane Lockyer Willis

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    David Stroud

    A delightful collection of short stories! Each one so different, each one taking you by surprise. There’s never a dull moment here. The action and dialogue, so true to life, carry you along effortlessly. You can’t help but be impressed by such imagination and subtle humour. I don’t know about tea at the Opalaco, but I really enjoyed reading these stories with my coffee at Pret a Manger!

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