London, 1969 – When a girl is found unconscious in an alley, doctors assume hysterics or an overdose.
However, unlike the usual drugged-up teen, Pam doesn’t remember anything, and an angry voice jabbers in her head.
Thoroughly befuddled Pam must cope with Martin, her neurotic, ambisexual husband, and his struggling rock band. And she can’t shake a mysterious sense of purpose: a quest. Could she be the key to launching the band to fame?
But between predatory club owners, flighty Martin and fractious musicians, managing a band proves challenging. Worse, her internal voice grows raucous and harder to control.
And strange clues point toward a more serious mission – one she can only begin to piece together…
Harmony Lost is a work of speculative fiction set in an alternate version of the early 1970’s music scene. Because of the setting, expect smatterings of cursing, impiety, poor life choices and non-politically correct thought and dialogue. None of this unfortunate behaviour is celebrated or condoned (no matter how amusing).
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