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Daniel Verastiqui is a cyberpunk science fiction author from Austin, Texas. He was raised on ‘80s action movies and authors like Asimov, PKD, and Bradbury, so his novels explore themes of identity and humanity in a world of unchecked technological progress and corporate greed. His latest novel, VISE MANOR, is a cyberpunk spin on the murder mystery genre, pitting wealthy elites against the products they buy and sell.

Daniel lives in Austin with his wife, children, and reluctant writing partner / dog, Cheyenne.

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Now Available: Vise Manor

What are you reading tonight? Might I suggest a cyberpunk murder mystery full of synthetic humans and dirty secrets and people getting in and out of showers? Trust me; this is one dinner party / murder rampage you won’t want to miss! Get your copy of Vise Manor in print or digital at amazon today!

Get it here: danielverastiqui.com/amazon/vise-manor

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