Matthew Mather's books have sold millions of copies, been translated and published in over twenty-five countries, and optioned for multiple movie and television contracts. After starting his career at the McGill Center for Intelligent Machines, Matthew worked in ventures ranging from nanotechnology to cybersecurity before becoming a full-time author of high-concept speculative thrillers.
A mind-bending new series by the master of technothrillers...Anyone that says there isn't a truly unique story anymore hasn't read Matthew Mather's Delta Devlin novels. -- Nicholas Sansbury Smith, New York Times bestselling author of Sons of War and the Hell Divers series Another home run from one of the genre's top authors. Mather once again artfully weaves nail-biting action and high-tech wizardry into a relentless thrill ride. -- Steve Konkoly, Amazon Charts and Washington Post bestseller Mather has crafted a whip-smart and quick-footed international thriller with a likable protagonist and a plot honed out of hardwood. Taut, tightly crafted, and thrilling. -- Dana Haynes, author of St. Nicholas Salvage & Wrecking Mather's brand of speculative fiction is solidly rooted in technology's near-term potential, rather than more fanciful, distant social and economic threats. He forces readers to contemplate a world, unnerving yet conceivable, that could soon be their own. -- Publishers Weekly Mather's chaotic scenes that place Del in life-threatening situations, and of which she expertly extricates herself, are well written and page turning. -- New York Journal of Books Matthew Mather weaves in a fast-paced deft plot along with a well-developed, strong female protagonist in order to engage the reader and keep them in suspense...The mystery unravels at the end and the conclusion is quite satisfying, making the complex plot all the more worthwhile. -- Seattle Book Review