'Think Patrick Hamilton meets Peaky Blinders with a feminist twist' Metro'Utterly transporting, read and lose yourself completely' Stylist'A cinematic, rogueish, and utterly entertaining page-turner by the queen of feisty historical women.
Goes down in one jewel-fisted slug' Abigail Tarttelin, author of DEAD GIRLS'My mum always said, a fistful of rings is as good as a knuckleduster'The Great Smog descends on London overnight; a leadership feud breaks out amongst a gang of female thieves who have terrorized the city for years; and Florrie, the girl who is set to inherit the bloody crown, falls in love with a good boy.
Can she find her own path and the courage to stumble along it - in a fog so thick that she can see her own feet?'A fascinating insight into early girl gangs, full of menace and gritty glamour' Sunday Mirror'A gripping, greasy, gritty thriller.
You'll be able to taste the fog in the back of your throat' Red Magazine