Praise for The Ghost of Greenwich Village:
“Go out and buy three copies…one for yourself, one for your mom, and one for your best friend. Lorna Graham has a gift.”
-- Hoda Kotb, Co-anchor, fourth hour of NBC’s “Today”
“Lorna Graham’s debut sparkles with wit and warmth and magic. Eve is a modern girl with an old soul whose story will make you smile and wish for ghosts of your own.”
-- Judy Merrill Larsen, author of All the Numbers
"Lorna Graham's novel is charming, a sweet and whimsical romp through a magical Manhattan. I would love to live in her Greenwich Village, both past and present.”
-- Janelle Brown, author of This Is Where We Live and All We Ever Wanted Was Everything
“The Ghost of Greenwich Village is a beautifully written love story. It’s a tribute to people and places, past and present, real and imagined. But it’s also a fascinating peek inside the world of morning news, and a fast-paced adventure of a single girl in New York City (complete with fabulous closet). While reading it, I wanted to bury myself in a really comfy chair and silence the phone so no one could disturb me until I’d devoured the last page.”
-- Paulina Porizkova, author of A Model SummerFrom the Trade Paperback edition.
About the Author
LORNA GRAHAM has been writing for top network anchors--including Tom Brokaw, Katie Couric, Charlie Gibson, and Ann Curry--for fourteen years at ''Good Morning America'' and currently at ''Dateline NBC''. Her writing has appeared in the New York Times, Reader's Digest, New Woman
, and The Educated Traveler
. She has also written a short film, A Timeless Call
, about America's veterans, which was directed by Steven Spielberg.