Toast of London
Rabbit and co are tasked with solving the murder of another young woman. It doesn't seem that unusual. That is, until they notice a second bullet hole and a mysterious symbol on her make-up compact.
Rabbit, Strauss and Mabel are on the case of a mysterious killer who takes the guise of the Brick Man, a mythical figure from London folklore. And Lydia emerges from the shadows with designs on Mabel.
The Flower Girls and the Stepney Boys are two rival gangs of body snatchers waging all-out war for turf and bodies. But Rabbit finds himself ostracised from the case - is he too old for this game?
There's a random sniper on the loose, but Rabbit, Strauss and Mabel are busy protecting Prince Hector of Bulgaria who is visiting London for vital Balkan peace talks
Rabbit's lover Flora is facing the gallows for a crime she didn't commit. Rabbit makes it his mission to try and save her, but it won't be easy. Meanwhile Tanner is intent on bringing Rabbit down.
Things are not looking good for Rabbit as it's clear he's been framed for murder - or committed a murder. Either way, he's on the run, but Strauss and Mabel refuse to believe he's guilty.