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Morris heads across country to a friend's home--a friend he's never met in person, a bounty hunter for whom Morris has done some investigative digging. Lucky for him, she's willing to take care of him, disabling agoraphobia and all, including ongoing vengeful assaults from three AI sisters who've taken up residence on the world wide web.
When a special forces branch of the NSA tracks Morris down and worse, hires him (he never wanted to enter any NSA building legally), things get hairier from there.
Fate's Mirror is a well-written, engaging and fun read for science fiction fans and computer geeks alike. And even for readers who feel they're not into that kind of fiction, after all, a good story is a good story regardless of genre. I highly recommend Fate's Mirror.
M.H. Mead is the pen name for a duo of writers, Alex Kourvo and Harry R. Campion.