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What if America survives the next 30 years?

The coasts are abandoned, temperatures and sea levels continue to rise, heat and crop failures have killed millions. America is a coalition of regions connected by the Internet. Its shrunken cities are adapting and surviving. Energy and food are produced locally.

But some things never change. Like murder and conspiracies . . . and love triangles.

A mayor in the Mid-West region is killed in broad daylight by a robot. A year later there have been no arrests, so the mayor’s son, Daniel McFaul, begins his own investigation. He and his girlfriend, Sally Bergen, soon become targets of a conspiracy of humans and robots financed by an eccentric billionaire.

Daniel and a mysterious friend borrow a ploy from Shakespeare to set a trap for the killers, complicated by a beautiful woman with ties to the conspiracy who tests his love for Sally.

This is not 1984 – evil has not won. But it is America after the Transition to a newer world. After the reckoning in wealth and lives lost. After the reality check with science and nature.

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This is an ecologically minded vision of the future that isn't all doom and gloom. . . . An entertaining mystery set in an intriguing near future.
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