The year is 1977, and as England goes to the dogs, Julie Kent reinvents herself as Sterling, an outrageous thieving Goth with a dodgy sex life and an appalling attitude. Over the next two decades she cuts a bloody swathe through London's decadent dens and ends up on a mortuary slab. but is she really dead? Sterling's mind - and body - as she sets off on a final mission to avenge her best friend, snuffed out by a gang of elitist thugs. George Brenton, a mortuary assistant, is drawn into her toxic web. Can she save him - and herself? minds (and stomachs), but as an acute observer of society at all levels, he enthralls the reader with an eye for detail, brilliant characterization - and a sense of the unseen evil lurking in London's underworld. Miss it at your peril!