Sarah Adlakha Signs "Midnight on the Marne"

 

Sarah Adlakha returns to Pass Books/Cat Island Coffeehouse to launch her second novel, Midnight on the Marne, and celebrate with us on publication day. Sarah will be with us on Tuesday, August 9th from 5:00 - 6:00 PM.  Sarah's first book is the popular She Wouldn't Change a Thing.

Set during the heroism and heartbreak of World War I, and in an occupied France in an alternative timeline, Sarah Adlakha’s Midnight on the Marne explores the responsibilities love lays on us and the rippling impact of our choices.

France, 1918. Nurse Marcelle Marchand has important secrets to keep. Her role as a spy has made her both feared and revered, but it has also put her in extreme danger from the approaching German army.

American soldier George Mountcastle feels an instant connection to the young nurse. But in times of war, love must wait. Soon, George and his best friend Philip are fighting for their lives during the Second Battle of the Marne, where George prevents Philip from a daring act that might have won the battle at the cost of his own life.

On the run from a victorious Germany, George and Marcelle begin a new life with Philip and Marcelle’s twin sister, Rosalie, in a brutally occupied France. Together, this self-made family navigates oppression, near starvation, and unfathomable loss, finding love and joy in unexpected moments.

Years pass, and tragedy strikes, sending George on a course that could change the past and rewrite history. Playing with time is a tricky thing. If he chooses to alter history, he will surely change his own future—and perhaps not for the better.

Event date: 
Tuesday, August 9, 2022 - 5:00pm to 6:00pm
Event address: 
300 East Scenic Drive
Pass Christian, MS 39571
Midnight on the Marne Cover Image
$26.99
ISBN: 9781250774590
Availability: Coming Soon - Available for Pre-Order Now
Published: Forge Books - August 9th, 2022

She Wouldn't Change a Thing Cover Image
$25.99
ISBN: 9781250774552
Availability: Usually Ships in 1-5 Days
Published: Forge Books - August 10th, 2021