Tales from the Archives, Volume III: Five (Part One)


The Ministry of Peculiar Occurrences has many forgotten stories in its Archives. Stories of madcap adventures in all corners of the Empire, dark doings in hidden places, and mysterious devices and artifacts that the everyday citizen should never become aware of for fear it would quite undo their minds.

In this episode:

Those Dark Satanic Mills — written and narrated by Suna Dasi
(featuring a character created by Phil Rossi)

Beehive Mill
Ancoats, District of Manchester, England

Agent Imogen Feaveryear finds herself investigating a mysterious panic overcoming a mill in the countryside of Manchester, England. The unassuming mystery, dismissed by other agents of the Ministry, leads her to India, the approval of Doctor Sound on granting the young agent the latest in R&D technology. This case only twists and turns harder as Imogen confronts an enigmatic intruder, obviously aware of her clandestine work.

About the Author

1972443_752584234760341_944565742_nNursing a love affair with science fiction and the macabre, and inspired by the works of Verne, Wells, Haggard, and Moorcock, Suna Dasi is an accomplished musician, model, and writer, considering her a direct product of the British Empire. It is Suna’s own diversity and desire to read something different that led her to creating Steampunk India, the Steampunk Chronicle’s Readers Choice for Best Multi-Cultural Steampunk for 2014. Her writing presents characters that are engaging, with a lively dollop of irreverence and some social commentary.

And fun. Fun is good.

Theme music for the Ministry composed and created by Alex White.

Order Dawn’s Early Light: A Ministry of Peculiar Occurrences Novel from Amazon.com or your favourite bookstore, as well as Ministry Protocol: Thrilling Tales of the Ministry of Peculiar Occurrences, The Janus Affair: A Ministry of Peculiar Occurrences Novel, and  Phoenix Rising: A Ministry of Peculiar Occurrences Novel.

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