The Anglophile by Laurie Gwen Shapiro
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Q: What turns thirty-five-year-old graduate student Shari Diamond on?
A: Anything British.

Forget tall, dark and handsome. For Shari there's only tall, pasty and from Across the Pond (despite her aunt's advice to find a nice Jewish boy). Ever since Shari first happened upon Christopher Robin in her childhood reading, she's had a passion for all things Anglo-Saxon. First it was books, then it was blokes, now…well, it's still blokes.

Unbeknownst to her, Kit, Shari's latest British conquest (and decidedly not a Jew), also happens to be her biggest competition in her search to find the last-known speaker of a language close to extinction. Shari's spent four years trying to find this guy so she can complete her Ph.D. and now Kit has beaten her to the punch? When she learns that there might be more (and less) to Kit than meets the eye, will this Anglophile turn her back on the land of tea and crumpets once and for all?


About Laurie Gwen Shapiro

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Laurie Gwen Shapiro is a native Manhattanite. Her resume includes time as a sex call screener for Dr. Ruth Westheimer, and as Peter Jennings's assistant at a publishing company. She now works full-time writing fiction and screenplays and coproducing independent films, including "The McCourts of Limerick" and "Once When I Was a Cannibal". She's currently writing the screenplay for "The Unexpected Salami" which has been optioned for a film by Radical Media.
Published August 15, 2012 by Red Dress Ink. 320 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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