“Gaby Koppel has taken on some of the most powerful and enduring themes: justice, restitution and irrecoverable loss.” Jonathan Freedland
Her job, her family, her lover – which will she choose?
1997, TV journalist Elizabeth is pursuing a story of a child’s disappearance in the north London Hasidic community. In the wake of her alcoholic mother’s increasing obsession with her childhood in wartime Hungary, she struggles to manage her job and her relationship and is forced to confront the nature of motherhood, love and loss as she puts together the clues to her mother’s past and to the fate of the lost little girl.
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