Written by none other than Polly Faber, granddaughter of Geoffrey Faber - it is based on real life anecdotes about a very clever cat, who was a familiar face at the publishers - both in the editing room, and on the roof, looking out for passing German bombers! Morgan becomes a pastmaster at editing under Eliot's tutelage, but when the bombing begins, he finds himself chief billeting officer, responsible for the safety of all the kittens who must be evacuated out of London.

This is a thoroughly satisfying story, full of peril and high drama, and exquisitely illustrated but the best classics illustrator in the business (alongside Chris Mould!).