A memoir of a youth in South Africa, of Johannesburg specifically, when apartheid was Government policy. Murder, hi-jacking and home invasions were common.
The Australian author, Shelley Davidson, cannot forget growing up in a home where her parents were social activists, and where her mother risked her life every day to reach a kindergarten where she worked. A black child, Rosie, was raised as a daughter and presents as an enigma. Recommended.