Once again, I was looking at a long international trip and picked up another book in Steve Pierczenik and Tom Clancy's Net Force series.
The title Hidden Agendas reflects the scheming of the aide of one of the U.S. Senators. This person wreaks havoc by posting explosive secret information to the Internet (such as the identity of American spies) to mask his real agenda of stealing millions of dollars of American money. He plans to use this money to further yet another nefarious purpose, but that is not revealed clearly in the book. It is up to Net Force Commander Alex Michaels to stop him before it's too late.
The familiar cast of characters are all there with their own problems. The descriptions of guns and other technical weaponry is way over-the-top. Skipping over both these areas makes for an enjoyable read.