In The Heat of the Day

In The Heat of the Day


Michael Antony’s In the Heat of the Day is a story of love, revenge and racial tension which brings to life a tragic episode in Trinidad’s history in 1903. Eva’s growing rage at her people’s treatment under colonial rule prompts her to embark on a desperate plan. With just a few days to go before the government passes oppressive legislation, the people start to voice their opposition: ‘But you know something? We’ll win, you know. We bound to win in the end. But I don’t know when the end is.’

By Michael Anthony

Published by Ian Randle Publishers

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