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Anne Fortier - Author


Anne Fortier grew up in Europe, in Denmark mainly, and studied for her PhD there, including spending a year at Oxford, where she met her husband. After university she moved to the US, where she worked in film and television before writing Juliet, inspired by the very first Romeo and Juliet story, which was set in Siena.

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Juliet by Anne Fortier
Juliet
Anne Fortier
August 2010 Debut of the Month. A charming, romantic and thrilling debut. Julie discovers that she is a descendant of the woman who inspired Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet. A beautiful...
Format: Paperback - Released: 19/08/2010

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