A U.S. Army helicopter lands on a remote New Hampshire mountain. Troops witness an unbearable sight: sixty Cub Scouts slain by an unmanned automatic weapon intended to catch smugglers. The President orders the soldiers to depart immediatelyand maintain absolute secrecy. Cover-up of the Dixville massacre begins. The year is 2023. The United States economy has tumbled after two decades of fighting terrorism worldwide. The brutality to New Hampshires children ignites national support for a rebellion to instate government reform. Helen, a single mom of a slain Cub Scout, finds solace in joining the civil uprising. She unexpectedly discovers personal strength and leadership in time of crisis. Helens grief abates through compassion for the lone surviving Cub Scoutand attraction for a combat-trained rebel leader. Will the federal governments oppression of rural communities and cover-up of the atrocity prevail? Or will Americans resilience, resourcefulness, and solidarity triumph to restore the virtue of democracy for all?