Alfie Tremayne’s new book “Better Off Dead" is about what happens when the powers that be have designs on the presidency and a race war

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Recent release “Better Off Dead" from Page Publishing author Alfie Tremayne explores how a deadly virus with a forty-eight-hour mortality rate has an already-panicked nation on edge.

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Alfie Tremayne, whose multiracial upbringing gives him an understanding of different races, lifestyles, and social classes, has completed his new book “Better Off Dead": an intriguing work that delves into how the Methuselah gene is the nation’s only hope for a cure and the only twenty people known to possess the gene are all missing.

According to Tremayne, “The powers that be have been inserting people loyal to their cause into every branch of government, political divisions, and law enforcement agencies nationwide. Secret orders were given authorizing government agents and police officers the rights to target any minority threat with the use of deadly force. Unarmed blacks, Hispanics, and other nonwhites were harassed, detained, and assaulted. Many were killed, falsely convicted, and imprisoned. Innocent men were gunned down in every state, yet no federal or law enforcement personnel were arrested, convicted, or charged with any crimes.”

Published by Page Publishing, Alfie Tremayne’s gripping story details how Selena McVain’s research is resurrected when a new gene bearer with connections to a dead billionaire from Nashville, Tennessee, is discovered. Twenty of her carriers are missing, presumed dead, leading her in a race to find the last gene donor before he disappears without a trace.

Readers who wish to experience this riveting book can purchase “Better Off Dead" at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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