Her government wants her dead. The Republic of Turkey doesn’t want you to hear about her.
Rosmerta Bedrosian is a thirteen-year-old girl living with her Armenian family in Eastern Anatolia in 1915. Frustrated by their declining fortunes, the Ottoman state needs a scapegoat. They find one in their Christian subjects and drive the Armenian population on death marches into the Syrian desert.
The bedrock for authenticity has to be robust research but the inclusion of fact doesn’t necessarily make for a compelling read.