Strange Bedfellows, Indeed!
It’s 1773 Boston. He’s a conservative British newspaperman. She’s a radical prostitute who wants to launch an American Revolution. When they fall in love, can they nudge the colonies towards war without strangling each other over their political differences before the shooting starts? History has never been this much fun.
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About Larry Brill
Funny, Feel-good Fiction
I think Oscar Wilde said it best. “Life is too important to be taken seriously.” I write contemporary and historical fiction with a funny, feel-good edge. I spent most of my adult life as a TV news anchor before turning my attention to writing fiction, and some days there seems to be a very little difference between the two.
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A drunken encounter with Benjamin Franklin inspires a London street performer to invent broadcast news.
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A former nightclub stripper captures a small town’s attention when she’s hired to anchor its local TV newscast and save it from the ratings graveyard.
Déja Vu All Over Again
A second chance at life and love leads Nate Evans to recreate his high school days in hopes of winning over the girl he dumped on the eve of their prom 40 years ago.
Winner of the 2019 IBPA award
for best romance novel.