Birds of Prey by James Middleditch
If the people of Britain thought the energy crisis was over, they were very wrong. Power cuts are returning, spreading from London and focusing on particularly vulnerable targets, almost as if by intention.
The Association has risen again and is stepping up its campaign to take power and enact its supremist ideology. Ian Gilmore, Rachel Jensen and even their son Dillon become embroiled in a plan to survive a plot for revenge. They must stand against old enemies, as the spectres of past conflicts are raised, and a new battle starts to spread through the streets of the capital.
For there are others who stand ready to face the Association too. But how far will they go and what weapons will they deploy? Gilmore, Jensen and their allies find that the monsters of the human race may be far more terrifying than anything from beyond it and that this time, humanity will need saving from its own worst instincts.
ALSO AVAILABLE, BIRDS OF PASSAGE.
Gilmore (Remembrance of the Daleks, BBC, 1988)