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Joseph Massucci

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Joseph Massucci (born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania) is the author of several bestselling techno-thrillers. He has written more than 2,200 articles for corporate and trade publications on a variety of topics, and he is now founder and owner of Safari Multimedia, LLC.

Massucci's first novel, CODE:ALPHA (Leisure Books, 1997) describes Saddam Hussein's biological terror attack on United States soil on the eve of war with Iraq. The book is described as a "heart-pounding technothriller" about a beautiful and brainy biochemist whose inadvertent creation — a genetically engineered virus known as "Saint Vitus" — becomes a terrible weapon of revenge for the Middle East's most dangerous terrorist. With nonstop action, cutting-edge medical science, romance and the very real specter of domestic terrorism, the book has garnered rave reviews from critics and readers alike, with a first printing of 70,000 copies. "Totally believable!" says Kirkus Reviews. USA Today: "This fiction can become reality. Our reality." Most recently, the book was translated and published in Polish by Amber Press as KOD ALFA.

His second novel, a sequel to CODE:ALPHA titled The Millennium Project (Leisure Books, 1998), was touted as "one of the most popular books about Year 2000 and the Millennium," (TIMEANDDATE.COM). The Herald Tribune (Pasadena) says, "This thriller takes readers on a ride made even more compelling by the idea that its events could really happen. A good read, with plenty of bang for your Millennium buck." The book was translated and published internationally.


  • Gorgon (Safari Multimedia, 2012)
  • Continuum (Coming soon)
  • The Sabbath Experiment
  • The Resurrection of Andrew Finsbury
  • The Millennium Project (Leisure Books, 1998)
  • CODE:ALPHA (Leisure Books, 1997)

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