In 2009, a group of individuals—Michael Bloomberg, Warren Buffett, Bill Gates, David Rockefeller, George Soros, Ted Turner and Oprah Winfrey—secretly formed the Good Club to curb the expanding world population problem. Years later, the influential members of the fictional Better Club decide to adapt this aim by unleashing selective genocide. What they don’t count on is British Agent Helen Ramsey.
When a fourteen-year-old Pakistani girl, Raameen, turns up dead in London, Helen is drawn into the case. A single murder soon turns into a hunt for the leader of a global child trafficking ring and Raameen’s kidnapped siblings, Imran and Noor. With the body count mounting, Helen discovers that trafficking children is a means to a far more insidious end orchestrated by the clandestine Better Club, whose power extends all the way to the White House.
With her life in peril, Helen circumvents international laws to deliver feral justice to her formidable enemies while searching for Imran and Noor.