Praise for Triptych... "This is a novel with something for everyone!" -Karen Joy Fowler, NTY bestselling author of The Jane Austen Book Club Budapest, 1956. An uprising against Soviet occupiers is underway. Eleven-year-old Évike and her mother steal deep into battle zones in support of freedom fighters armed only with primitive weapons and desperate courage. Taken in for interrogation, Évike spins a story to deflect attention from her mother's revolutionary activities. This story will alter lives thirty years later. Chicago, 1986. Ildikó Palmay is the American-born daughter of Hungarian refugees. She finds herself drawn to researching her roots. Along the way she uncovers a trail of secrets and betrayals forged in the uprising and discovers the shocking truth about her mother's death. Margit Liesche has written two other novels, Lipstick and Lies and Hollywood Buzz. She lives in San Francisco. www.margitliesche.com--This text refers to the Paperback edition.