Dark Interlude - out now

by Pamela Kelt

Winter 1918.
A strange death ... a deadly mission ... a city on the brink.
Who says the war is over?

DARK INTERLUDE is a post World-War-One romantic adventure inspired by the little-known revolution known as ‘Black Friday’ in Scotland in 1919. 

Winter 1918. In a sweeping story of social and emotional conflict, Alexandra Milton is a female academic who is ousted from her post at a tranquil university library, ending up in a small, post-war Scottish town which is struggling to cope in the aftermath of World War One. Her job is to archive a valuable bequest of 17th-century Spanish documents. 

Meanwhile, demobbed soldiers pour back in their thousands only to find there is no work. 

In Glasgow, many join a dockworkers’ protest in a turbulent Clydeside conflict that suddenly teeters on full-blown revolution causing the establishment to panic in a week of tension that became to be known as ‘Black Friday’. 

When it transpires the death of the benefactress was indeed suspicious, Alexandra digs deeper and uncovers a sinister plot which could bring the nation to its knees …

Buy the book

 Dark Interlude is published by MuseItUp. Buy it here:

If you have a Kindle, choose the prc file. Download the file to your computer in a safe location, and then plug in your Kindle USB. Next, simply drag that file into the Kindle folder. You can also purchase the epub, pdf or html version from MuseItUp by selecting the format you require.

Alternatively, you can purchase the Kobo version here.

Nook readers can purchase it from Barnes and Noble here.

And finally, it's available on Amazon.com, and Amazon.ca.

By Pamela Kelt


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