A Singular Moment of Clarity: Just a Funny Little Love Story

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Lightning Source Incorporated, Jul 1, 2001 - Fiction - 374 pages
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Full of humor and romance, this book follows the love-induced antics of college senior Jack Foley as he embarks on a magical quest for his one true love. So dedicated is he to the belief and cause of true love that Jack receives some unexpected help along the way. From long-dead writers of Arthurian literature to members of Sinatraa s Rat Pack to a fat Italian man in a nun suit, one intriguing and hilarious character after another comes to Jacka s aid. Set in a quirky restaurant in New Hampshire, the outrageous inner-workings of the restaurant business serve as the storya s backdrop. From ballgames at Fenway to the dinner theater stage, Jack pursues his one true love: a strikingly beautiful feminist named Layla Roberts. And he has only three chances to win his one true love, or they will both be doomed to unfulfilled lives of misery. Truly a heart-warming, funny and romantic tale!

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About the author (2001)

Jeffrey P. Landry of Keene, New Hampshire, was born and raised in Beverly, Massachusetts, a suburb of Boston, and graduated from Franklin Pierce College in 1998 with a degree in Mass Communications. For over two years, Jeffrey served as Director of Media Operations for the highly popular Baker Street Mysteries theater production company in southern New Hampshire before disembarking to form his own troupe, Off-The-Street Productions, in 2000. To pay the bills, Jeffrey is a manager at Lillys on the Pond restaurant in Rindge, New Hampshire, where his daily dealings with customers leave him plenty to write about. In his down time, Jeffrey enjoys writing, Red Sox baseball, anything Sinatra, and the company of his fabulous friends. As for the status of his own Jack Foley-like quest for true love: as yet unfulfilled.

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