Astor Place Vintage

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Gallery Books
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5.27 X 7.99 X 0.91 inches | 0.74 pounds

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About the Author
Stephanie Lehmann received her BA at UC Berkeley and a MA in English from New York University. She has taught novel writing at Mediabistro and online at, where her essays have been published. She currently lives in New York City. Visit her online at and
"Stephanie Lehman's Astor Place Vintage is a fascinating tour of turn of the century New York. Guaranteed to appeal to anyone who likes to search for the bones of the past beneath the bustle of the present."--Lauren Willig, author of The Secret History of the Pink Carnation
"Anyone who loves vintage clothing, feels the pull of nostalgia, and has a taste for retro will be utterly transported by this wise and wonderful novel. A mesmerizing story about two women separated by a century but united by a quest for independence, a talent for business, and the challenges of being a woman that arise in every era."--Pamela Redmond, author of The Possibility of You
"A thoroughly engaging story about fate, struggle, and will, as told through the intertwined lives of two women in New York living a century apart. Past and present blur in unexpected ways in this insightful, charming, and wholly entertaining novel."--Khaled Hosseini, author of The Kite Runner
"Lehmann's blend of past and present perfectly woven together create an addictively readable novel. New York City will never look the same to me after reading Astor Place Vintage."--Kathleen Grissom, author of The Kitchen House
"This soul-searching journey of two women magically connected though time is spellbinding. I was transported by every moment."--Marjorie Hart, author of Summer at Tiffany
"A novel bound to be next summer's guilty pleasure! I love Amanda and Olive and how we come to understand what links them despite the passage of time. I love what Lehmann has done with the 1907 city--how real it is."--Beverly Swerling, author of City of Promise
"This utterly engrossing novel gives us a portrait of one of the most fascinating cities in the world where long after the book has ended you will walk the streets in your mind."--Stephanie Cowell, author of Claude and Camille and American Book Award recipient
"A splendid banquet of fashion, style, and both old and contemporary New York City, couched in a riveting story. A feast not to be missed!"--Lynn Cullen, author of The Creation of Eve
"The past meets the present in Lehmann's work of feminist literary fiction. . . . The author combines an impressive knowledge of history, sociology and psychology to create an intellectually and emotionally rewarding story."--Kirkus
"Lehmann does a seamless job of moving between the past and present and gives a definite sense of place to the story's two periods, with rich descriptions of city life and architecture. First-class storytelling with an enticing dose of New York City history."--Publishers Weekly, starred review