Rose Ross was the first child born in the Neustadt, Germany displaced persons camp (1946). “Growing up in the Bronx, the only child of Holocaust survivors, affected me deeply, filling up my mind and the very air I breathed, ” says Ross. “Their story, and the stories of other survivors, and the second generation of the children I grew up with were the motivation for Lila – my first novel at age 73!”

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Sarah and Lila both born in 1946, 11 months after the war, on the same day, minutes apart, in a displaced persons camp in Germany, were seen by their parents, Holocaust survivors, as a miracle, and their lives destined to have a bond that would never be broken.

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LILA- A Conversation Between Generations

I was interviewed by my 22-year-old granddaughter, Drew, who’s perspective on Lila was a surprise and delight to me!

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