By Paul Cornell
Desperate to discover a case to justify the team's lifestyles, with funds cuts and a police strike at the horizon, Quill thinks he is struck gold while a cupboard minister is murdered through an assailant who wasn't visible stepping into or out of his limo. A moment homicide, that of the Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police, offers against the law scene with a message...identical to that left through the unique Jack the Ripper.
The new Ripper turns out to have replaced the MO of the outdated thoroughly: he is merely killing wealthy white males. The inquiry into simply what this supernatural threat is takes Quill and his group into the corridors of strength at Whitehall, to conferences with MI5, or 'the humorous humans' because the Met name them, and into the London occult underworld. They cross undercover to a pub with a typical night that caters to that purchasers, and to an public sale of gadgets of energy on the Tate glossy.
Meanwhile, in Paul Cornell's The Severed Streets, the Ripper retains on killing and at last the development of these killings supplies Quill's workforce clues in the direction of who is relatively doing this....
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