Tina Swift has just arrived in London from the hinterland of the United States, expecting to lead a quiet life. When the street where she works turns into a crime scene, and Tina discovers a crucial clue - she must leave behind her desire for an ordinary life.
Disgusted by this murder the police seem keen to sweep under the rug, Tina picks up a thread of intrigue that will lead her all the way to the trenches of World War I, the offices of a British state and to a criminal lair - but Tina must unravel even more disturbing secrets, the one she brought from her homeland.
Travel back to twenties London in this new four-part series by Undertow author Ellen Lindner.
Born on Long Island, illustrator and writer, Ellen Lindner is the author of Undertow, a graphic novel about Coney Island in the early sixties, and the editor of The Strumpet, a transatlantic comics magazine showcasing art by upcoming women cartoonists