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A dark world of intractable crises: climate change, over production, bankrupt economies running unresolvable deficits, and an insupportable population explosion. The global economy is making too much; there is an oversupply in every market - but consumers cannot afford to buy. Mass poverty stalks the planet.
Software technology and the use of biometrics have made it possible to track every person. Drone surveillance has become commonplace and strict controls over who can travel and into which areas, are being introduced. This is the world of Alex Field in 2049.
But Alex sees nothing sinister in any of this. It is the world into which he was born. This world of surveillance, data gathering and personal monitoring is his norm. Then his friend David Barret disappears after giving him a copy of a cryptic leaked email and Alex finds himself sucked into a dark world of intrigue and politics. He takes the enigmatic email to Dr Jamie Monroe, an American scientist working in northeast England, then she too disappears. Returning to London he is arrested and accused of breaching state security, his perception of the world he inhabits begins to change. Now he is on the run, a fugitive. In search of his friend the trail leads him to America where he meets up with Fran, Jamie Monroe's sister - together they begin to discover that lurking behind an American initiative to revitalise the world's economy, there is a much darker plan, known only as The Second Agenda.
A thrilling story of murder, political deceit and a breath-taking conspiracy to change the world back to "the better times we once enjoyed".

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