Starting with supervision of her primary school’s ‘Lost and Found’ depot, Gold charts her need to save objects, stories, and people – including herself – that she sensed to be on a road to perdition. In this compelling memoir, Gold relates her descent into addiction, and the fateful meeting that ultimately led to her salvation.Read more
...I believe that a good book makes you contemplate your life. Found and Lost acts as catharsis; its art is in how it continues to live on in the reader; like a dear friend, you simply will not want to let this book go.
Julie Poole, Bookseller, Malvern Books, Texas Full article
Full of wry humour and quiet desolation, Gold’s voice is a large part of what makes this book so compelling.
The Times Literary Supplement Full article