After a series of daring escapes and battles with the police, the stakes rise dramatically when the Amazons are forced into a deadly game of cat and mouse against an aristocratic, utopian cult . . .
• Persephone Wright, a "fallen woman" who will protect those she loves at all costs
• "Flossie" Le Mar, a rough-diamond adventuress from New Zealand
• Katie "Sandwina" Brumbach, a fiercely loyal Austrian wrestler and strongwoman
• Toupie Lowther, a cunning, cross-dressing woman of means
• Judith Lee, a proud Anglo-Chinese socialite and amateur detective
• Kitty Marshall, a quick-witted teenager who keeps her radicalism secret from her wealthy family
• Miss Sanderson, an enigmatic "governess" with an appetite for violence
New Zealand citizen and US resident Tony Wolf has spent more than thirty-five years in an international career blending the martial and the creative arts. He has authored or edited nine books and numerous articles for journals, anthologies, websites, and encyclopedias. His script for the one-act play Satisfaction tied for first place in the 2006 Joining Sword and Pen international playwriting competition. Tony’s fight choreography and action design have been featured in more than two hundred stage, screen, and video game productions, including cultural fighting styles design for the Lord of the Rings trilogy. A pioneer of motion capture action design, he was also instrumental in the revival of bartitsu, a mixed martial art created at the turn of the twentieth century.
Joao Vieira has been a freelance artist for more than ten years. His credits include working on The Secret History of the Foot Clan, a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles miniseries for IDW; KaBOOMbox, a crowd-funded project through the comic artist collaboration known as Brand New Nostalgia; and ROBOCOP: Memento Mori at BOOM Studios. He has received numerous nominations for Brazil’s HQMix Award. He resides in Porto Alegre in southern Brazil.