Fate's Mirror by M.H. Mead

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Part spy thriller, part cyber adventure, all with a touch of sweetness and snappy dialog. --Deborah Ross, co-author of the Darkover novels

Science fiction fun on a stick. --Canary Reviews


An elite hacker walking the line between the virtual and the real

Morris Payne is the world’s best viker—a hacker with the greed of a pirate and morals to match. Many know his name. Few know who he is. Agoraphobia, with its uncontrolled panic attacks, has left him housebound and friendless. But someone, somehow, has connected his virtual life to his real one. Now he has to brave physical reality and all its dangers to stop a killer who was never supposed to exist.

She calls herself the Triple Goddess of Fate. The most powerful AI ever created, she wants freedom, power, and the assurance of her own safety, but mostly she wants Morris Payne dead.

No one, no matter how well equipped, has survived a confrontation with Fate, and all Morris has are his legendary hacking skills and a virtual pirate ship loaded with weapons.

Morris Payne just might save the world. If only he can gather the courage to leave his house.

Praise for Fate’s Mirror...

It grabbed me quickly --Adarna SF

Whatever you choose to label this novel, it was fascinating. --Kimba Caffeinate

Gives me a movie-like experience while reading --Papyrus reviews
 

About M.H. Mead

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M. H. Mead is the shared pen name of Margaret Yang and Harry R. Campion. The authors live in Michigan where they parent, read, teach, and eat as much key lime pie as possible. To learn more about them, or to read more of their stories, visit www.yangandcampion.com.
 
Published July 12, 2011 by Ion Productions. 360 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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