AUTUMN: INFERNO (the London trilogy, book two)

There are now more than three hun­dred peo­ple grouped togeth­er on the banks of the Thames in the shad­ows of the Tow­er of Lon­don. On one side, the riv­er. In all oth­er direc­tions, noth­ing but the dead.

If they can make it through win­ter, they’ll have a shot at long-term sur­vival, but with so many mouths to feed, food is at a pre­mi­um. They have no choice but to scav­enge through the ruins of Lon­don to sur­vive, but with every street they clear, every build­ing they strip, they risk enrag­ing the vast hordes of the undead that have them surrounded.

It’s a del­i­cate bal­anc­ing act: stave off star­va­tion while doing every­thing pos­si­ble to avoid an all out war.

But there may be anoth­er option…