Tito and Alejandro's Aunt Jauna had all the skills that were needed in Cuba - a thousand tricks of the forger's art. But now the boys are in New York, and it's a new world. Soon they're dealing with a mysterious American who can speak Russian and who seems to be on the trail of something big, something political. Trouble is, as the Cubans find to their cost, he's competing with a few other parties, too.
William Gibson is the award-winning author of Pattern Recognition, Neuromancer, Count Zero, Mona Lisa Overdrive, The Difference Engine, Virtual Light, Idoru and All Tomorrow's Parties. He lives in Vancouver, Canada.