We gave weapons a sense of morality to keep us safe. Now our enemy is growing their own bullets and nothing is safe.
Organics have changed the world. Self-aware weapons grown from seed and given a moral code to protect the innocent. A perfect system of control keeps the weapons safe, or so we thought.
For now, somewhere in the city, new bullets are being grown beyond our control. Bullets that believe that we are guilty as charged. So when the first body is found Special Agent Peterson is given forty-eight hours to find this new bullet farm and shut it down. But Peterson doesn’t know that he has just become involved in war far larger than anything he can imagine. For Peterson soon realises that this new enemy has permeated everything, law enforcement: government and perhaps even his own family.
Who can be trusted? Who is what they seem? Peterson must answer these and many more questions as he struggles to find and stop a man who wishes to break the back of God himself. For if Peterson fails then none of us will survive, and God will be only a memory.