Ocean House Author Series: Martha Hall Kelly & Katherine Reay

    Date Monday Aug 12, 2024

    Location Ocean House

    Time 5:00pm - 7:00pm

    Price $45/person
    (plus tax & service charge)

    Venue Seaside Ballroom


Summer Author Series: Martha Hall Kelly & Katherine Reay

Join us as Ocean House owner and author, Deborah Goodrich Royce moderates a conversation with our featured authors. This week, New York Times bestselling authors Martha Hall Kelly and Katherine Reay will be discussing (and signing) their books: The Golden Doves (Martha Hall Kelly) and The Berlin Letters (Katherine Reay).  Refreshments will be served, including wine and light bites!

Please note, tickets purchased for this event are non-refundable. A copy of one of the featured books, from Bank Square Books, is included in the cost of the ticket.

About Martha Hall Kelly: Martha Hall Kelly’s debut novel LILAC GIRLS, about socialite Caroline Ferriday and her fight to help a group of concentration camp survivors, became an Instant NY Times bestseller in 2016 and went on to sell over two million copies. Once the paperback stayed on the NYT list for fifty-four weeks and became published in fifty countries, she wrote two more novels: LOST ROSES about Caroline’s mother, and SUNFLOWER SISTERS about her great grandmother, which also became Instant NY Times best sellers. Martha grew up in Massachusetts and now splits her time between Connecticut and New York City.

About The Golden Doves: Two female spies risk everything to hunt down an infamous Nazi in this sweeping, profound tale of bravery from the bestselling author of Lilac Girls.

About Katherine Reay: Katherine Reay is a national bestselling and award-winning author of several novels and one work of nonfiction. For her fiction, Katherine writes love letters to books, and her novels are saturated with what she calls the “world of books.” They are character driven stories that examine the past as a way to find one’s best way forward. In the words of The Bronte Plot’s Lucy Alling, Katherine writes of “that time when you don’t know where you’ll be, but you can’t stay as you are.” Katherine holds a BA and MS from Northwestern University, and after several moves across the globe, lives outside Chicago.

About The Berlin Letters: Bestselling author Katherine Reay returns with an unforgettable tale of the Cold War and a CIA code breaker who risks everything to free her father from an East German prison.

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