AprašymasIt's lights out for London's power stations — and Scotland Yard commander George Gideon is about to blow a fuse! "Superb storytelling!" — The New York Times Book Review. Their majestic smoke stacks have withstood the bombs of the Nazis; their whirring turbines are the city's pulse. The power stations symbolize the power of London. So then, it is not surprising that a single power outage could bring entire districts to their knees. But when they become frequent, almost regular happenings, Scotland Yard Commander George Gideon gives his men the nod to go have a look-see. And when reports come in about the presence of a mysterious green bicycle outside of each of the failing plants, Gideon puts himself on the case. If that weren't enough, Gideon also has a kidnapping caper that looks to become a murder case. Then there's a shocking development in a two-year-old murder, a clue that just might prove the condemned man innocent. As London's lights flicker the hooligans have a field day; it's up to Gideon to pull the plug on crime!