Lilac Girls: A Novel by Martha Hall Kelly
Martha Hall Kelly’s 2016 historical fiction debut novel Lilac Girls is inspired by the true story of the New York socialite Caroline Ferriday. She worked at the city’s French consulate and was in love. It was 1939. Her world changed when Hitler marched all across Europe toward France and threatened to upend her near-perfect world. Miles away, Kasia Kuzmerick, a Polish teenager, found herself drawn into the position of a courier for the Polish resistance. Meanwhile, Herta Oberheuser, an ambitious German doctor, takes a government job. She found herself drawn into the brutal internal affairs of Nazi Germany. These three women were on a brutal collision course as the conflict in Germany threatened to destroy their worlds.
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