similarities, the government and their hired contractors have vastly
different motives. As he struggles to adjust to a more corporate,
profit-driven version of the work that had been his life, he stumbles
across an intelligence anomaly – the transcript of a phone conversation
about the fastest ways to upend the delicate political balance keeping
India and Pakistan from all-out war. Yet Sam knows that conversation
can’t have occurred because he is having an affair with one of the
alleged participants. As he digs into the source of this
misinformation, he realises there is more at stake than just bad intel.
Someone is deliberately twisting the intelligence to stoke the simmering
conflict between India and Pakistan, nuclear-armed rivals that have
already fought multiple wars. And Sam’s new employer could be at the
centre of it.