I Went to Vassar for This?

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Dorchester Publishing Company, Incorporated, 2006 - Fiction - 342 pages
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After a TV dinner explodes in her microwave, modern New York City girl Cathy Vorhees wakes up in 1959, setting in motion this inventive romantic comedy from Neale (Calendar Girl). Mortified to find herself living the life of uptight Cathy Voight, office tyrant and recipe creator, Cathy bravely tries to "relax and enjoy my psychosis" with the help of her nifty '50s flatmates Tilly and Miranda, who think she's suffered an electric shock.

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User Review  - KnittyGritty - LibraryThing

Wonderful time travel story from a woman's viewpoint. I found this book on sale & got it to swap. At first glance , I thought that this story wouldn't appeal to me. Wow, was I wrong. Great story-very well written. Read full review

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funny and charming, but predictable Read full review


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