Born on Long Island, cartoonist and illustrator Ellen Lindner is the author of Undertow, a graphic novel about Coney Island in the 1960\'s, and the editor of The Strumpet, a transatlantic ladies\' comix magazine.
When Tina Swift, a young American woman living in London, stumbles upon brutalized corpse of a Great War amputee, it seems like the horrors of the trenches are still alive in 1920s London. Her discovery of a strange clue - a black feather - seems to suggest that a message is being sent. But to whom, and why? Tina will traverse newspaper offices, bohemian salons, and the furthest reaches of the B