Summer, 1915. As Zeppelins rain death upon the rooftops of London, eminent members of society begin to behave erratically: a Member of Parliament throws himself naked into the Thames after giving a pro-German speech to the House; a senior military advisor suggests surrender before feeding himself to a tiger at London Zoo; a famed suffragette suddenly renounces the women's liberation movement and throws herself under a train. In desperation, an aged Mycroft Holmes sends to Sussex for the help of his brother, Sherlock.
About the Author
George Mann is the author of the "Newbury and Hobbes" and "The Ghost "series of novels, as well as numerous short stories, novellas and audiobooks. He has written fiction and audio scripts for the BBC's "Doctor Who "and "Sherlock Holmes." He is also a respected anthologist and has edited "The Solaris Book of New Science Fiction," "The Solaris Book of New Fantasy "and recently Titan's "Encounters of Sherlock Holme"s anthologies.