Struggling with the reality of her broken home, it seems that Little Gold has found solace in the elderly Peggy Baxter. But when outsiders appear who seek to take advantage of Little Gold's frail family in the worst way possible, can Peggy recognise the danger before it's too late?PRI... ZES:Long-listed for The Guardian Not The Booker Prize 2017
'Life affirming and triumphant' Mark A. Radcliffe'Wonderfully moving and atmospheric' Catherine Hall'Vivid and touching... this book left me haunted long after I put it down' Umi Sinha'Brilliantly handled... a great first novel' Bethan Roberts'I found myself engrossed... a vibrant, moving tale' Alison SmithThe heat is oppressive and storms are brewing in Brighton in the summer of 1982. Little Gold, a boyish girl on the brink of adolescence, is struggling with the reality of her broken family and a home descending into chaos. Her only refuge is the tree at the end of her garden.Into her fractured life steps elderly neighbour, Peggy Baxter. The connection between the two is instant, but just when it seems that Little Gold has found solace, outsiders appear who seek to take advantage of her frail family in the worst way possible. In an era when so much is hard to speak aloud, can Little Gold share enough of her life to avert disaster? And can Peggy Baxter, a woman running out of time and with her own secrets to bear, recognise the danger before it's too late?
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