Lost Roses - By - Martha Hall Kelly You fell in love with Caroline Ferriday in Martha Hall Kelly’s New York Times bestselling novel, LILAC GIRLS. Now, in LOST ROSES, set in the shadow of World War I, you’ll meet Caroline’s indomitable mother Eliza. Join Random House on Tuesday, April 9th for a special in-house event celebrating LOST ROSES. Martha Hall Kelly will be in conversation with bestselling author, Christina Baker Kline.
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The Bellamy-Ferriday House & Garden embodies the dramatically different passions of two extraordinary individuals. Bethlehem pastor Rev. Joseph Bellamy, a renowned leader of the emotional religious revival of the 1740s known as the Great Awakening, built the house around 1754. In 1912, New Yorkers Henry and Eliza Ferriday acquired it as a summer residence. Eliza and her daughter Caroline designed the formal garden featuring a significant collection of historic roses, peonies, and lilacs. Martha Hall Kelly’s debut novel Lilac Girls focuses on social philanthropist Caroline’s work to gain war reparations and medical attention for the “lapins” (rabbits) - female prisoners subjected to medical testing at the Nazi’s Ravensbrück concentration camp. Lost Roses, Kelly’s Lilac Girls prequel, follows three indomitable women from St. Petersburg to Paris under the shadow of World War I.
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Location Big Ideas Night is held at Random House, located near Columbus Circle in Manhattan. The address for Random House is 1745 Broadway between W 55th and 56th Streets, New York, NY 10019. Random House is near the A, C, E, 1, 2, 3, N, Q and R trains at 7th Avenue/57th Street; B, D and E trains at 7th Avenue/53rd Street and 1, A , B, C, and D trains at 59th Street/Columbus Circle.
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Martha Hall Kelly is the New York Times bestselling author of Lilac Girls. She lives in Connecticut, where she spends her days filling legal pads with stories and reading World War II books. Lost Roses is her second novel.