It takes a bibliophile to know one. An English professor's passion for ancient manuscripts, his Cathedral, and all things to do with the Holy Grail comes under threat in Charlie Lovett's The Lost Book of the Grail. Charlie (The Bookman's Tale) returns on Tuesday, March 7, at 7 pm with a story of medieval mysteries, modern technological threats, and perhaps a bit of romance. Rosemary says of Lost Book: 'Set in modern day, Lost Book has an Old England feel to it. Perhaps that’s because Grail-obsessed English professor Arthur is most at home among ancient manuscripts and his P.G. Wodehouse novels. When an American researcher arrives to digitize the manuscripts (which may lead to their sale), Arthur’s world is upended in more ways than one. Arthur and Bethany’s exchanges are priceless. As they set out to solve a literary mystery, Arthur is charmingly, reluctantly dragged into the 21st century – and sociability."
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