In 2096, with worldwide starvation, all industrialized nations have outlawed private property. Citizens have been forced into living in huge tower complexes, and all land is now utilized solely for food production under the Bureau of Sustenance. In the United States, no one could be living outside the towers. Or could they . . .
Betty L. Alt is the author or co-author of seventeen books - both nonfiction and fiction. She has a B.A. degree from Colorado College and an M.A. from Northeast Missouri State University. At the present time she teaches in the sociology department at Colorado State University - Pueblo.