Book Nook: Darling Rose Gold, by Stephanie Wrobel
Some novels are so fresh and original it is always a pleasant shock to discover them. "Darling Rose Gold" by Stephanie Wrobel is one of those books. Her premise is so original. As the book begins our protagonist, Darling Rose Gold, of our title, is picking her mother up to bring her home from prison. Her mother has been serving time for something she did. Her mother had been afflicted with what is known as Munchausen's syndrome by proxy. The things she had forced her daughter to endure as a child had been so awful that she had been convicted and sent to prison as punishment.
Now she's out. Has her daughter forgiven her mother? You'll find out. Read this book. It is one of my sleeper picks of 2020. Oh, and this is Wrobel's debut novel and she told me after we recorded this radio show that this had also been her debut radio interview. How cool is that?
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