By Dana Schwartz
Edinburgh 1817 was a time of medical innovation.
Surgeons were rising up with new, life altering procedures.
As medical phenomenon gained more attention, the demand for bodies to study and practice on also increased…
Resurrection men were created and dealt solely in the exchange of dead bodies for goodies/money to the highest bidder. No one was exempt.
Enter two characters, Hazel and Jack.
Hazel, a high bred lady, wants nothing more than to learn everything that can be done with a scalpel to save a life.
Jack, a boy born and bred on the streets, makes a living by digging up those who have passed and delivering them to the highest payer.
These two come together when Hazel gets the rare opportunity to compete for a spot as a true medical professional under the remarkable Dr. Beecham.
However, more than dead bodies start to disappear and Jack and Hazel just may be in the middle of it.