Kingfisher Blue

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This is an anthology of eight  short stories involving contemporary Quakers,  written in 1996. Some of the stories will be updated and appear  in an e-book collection which will include much new work.

The stories are all written in the first person, and are told by a wide variety of men and women, often outsiders, ranging in age from 22 to 90. They are set in Canada and Wales, in England and Outer Space. Kate Attfield’s line drawings add enormous charm to this book.

 Available in paperback from  for £3.50 post free, either by clicking on the “Buy Now” button to get to PayPal  or by sending me a cheque and your address

Excerpts

Kingfisher Blue   read the first story here

If you would like to know more about Quakers in Britain today, click on the link below:

The Quakers

 

Reviews

This is an affectionate collection of short stories about contemporary Quakers dealing with divorce, death and drains. It’s aimed not just at Friends but at anyone wanting to know more about them. “Leela Dutt’s writing ranges from the poignant to the blackly comical… She has a particular talent for portraying characters whom the reader will find immediately familiar.

- The Big Issue Cymru

 

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