A Story of Holocaust Echoes.
Nicole Sutton is a young girl with problems. A tragic car accident has taken away her brother, and ripped her parents’ marriage apart. Together with her mother she moves to a new house, a new town, and a life she never wanted.
In the dusty cellar of the house she stumbles upon a well-worn notebook – the scribbled war memoirs of Mac, an old soldier. His story soon draws her in – to the tragedy and madness of a life left behind in Auschwitz.
Mac’s words speak of living history and real life. They ultimately inspire Nicole to think beyond her troubles, and realise that you can find a little sunshine every day if you look hard enough.
Rosa’s Gold is a companion novel to The Sugar Men, but they can be read in any order.