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ONE FLIGHT UP

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"A chick lit masterpiece that leaves Jackie Collins in the dust." The New York Post

"A sassy summer beach read." Vogue [Read the full clip]

"Susan is the only writer today who can glide so fluidly and elegantly between uptown and downtown, highbrow and lowbrow, raunchy and refined—all with great humor." Amy Fine Collins, special correspondent for Vanity Fair, via an article in the Wall Street Journal [Read the Wall St. Journal full article]

Susan Fales-Hill One Flight Up on NBC
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"I had a ball reading One Flight Up. I wish the characters were real so we might have lunch! Susan Fales-Hill has written a fun, fabulous, New York story that you won’t be able to put down! Here’s your summer read!" Adriana Trigiani, author of Very Valentine

"If you're looking for a good read to escape this nasty weather and folks just acting out lately, grab a copy of One Flight Up." Essence.com
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"One Flight Up is one flight of fancy, Sexy, fun, and fresh." Michael Patrick King, Writer and Director of Sex and the City

The author, writing from a suitable Park Avenue address, confects a novel of four privileged Manhattan women—a divorce lawyer, a gynecologist, a gallery owner, and an heiress—and their menfolk. Among the acknowledgments: "to my psychiatrist." Harvard magazine "Off the Shelf" reviews

A multi-cultural Sex and the City, this debut novel from a talented New York author and society staple is an irresistible comedic romp through the ballrooms and bedrooms of contemporary New York featuring four dynamic female characters getting into love and trouble. Essence Magazine [read the full article]

"A juicy detour on the wild side." Veronica Webb, model and author

"A compulsively readable tale of female friendship, romance, and social mores in today's New York." Emily Listfield, author of Waiting to Surface

"Hilarious! Four smart, feisty friends at romantic crossroads find their way with the help of each other." Jill Kargman, author of The Ex-Mrs. Hedgefund and Arm Candy

"Effortlessly chic—a perceptive take on modern relationships that will have readers talking." Paula Froelich, author of Mercury in Retrograde and former New York Post Page Six deputy editor