Author: Matthew J. Costello

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F. Paul Wilson, Matthew J. Costello

Tristan is the perfect spy. He’s a “mime,” an artificially created and cloned human who’s metamorphic DNA can be programmed to transform him into a “masque”—a perfect genetic copy of anyone. Mimes can be turned into anyone their corporate city-state owners want, until the stress of assuming masques causes a meltdown. Earning Selfhood—citizenship and a permanent form—is a mime’s sole hope for survival.

Tristan is one mission away from Selfhood. His assignment is to enter the heart of the enemy corporation’s nerve center, steal top-secret data, and escape through a lawless surreal hell of psychopathic cults and mutant undergrounds. At stake in his assignment is a looming holocaust that can bring destiny—or genocide—to an entire race.



Matthew J. Costello

American hostage Simon Farrel is coming home, to a world he thought he’d never see again. To a wife who had found a new lover. To sleepless nights of torment, haunted by the horrors he had witnessed.

An ex-convict is coming home, to kill for the pleasure of killing. To turn terrible memories of mental and physical abuse into brutal realities. To terrorize one perfect family…

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