Tatum is brought up in a violent, male-dominated household, but she is not an obvious victim, as she learns how to survive and then fight. Jack comes from a dysfunctional family and as a result, gathers a number of personality disorders. They both come from the same fictional city in northern England and are seemingly unconnected.
Their CVs wouldn’t usually attract attention, but for terrorist and direct-action groups - they were perfect. Here begins the first installment of the New Reform Quartet, a political thriller and an alternative history that runs from the 1980s to the present day and beyond.
Please note, this is not for the squeamish, faint-hearted, or easily offended, as it contains bad language, violence, and scenes that border on horror.