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Highways in Hiding

by George O. Smith

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The Rhine Institute's work lead to humans having a larger and larger number of fully functional telepaths and espers among them.

Now, the worst disease around is caused Mekstrom's. However, one of the effects on the disease is flesh transformations, and if victims lived, they would be superhumanly strong, resistant to damage, and live many times longer.

When Steve Cornell has a car accident and his fiance to be disappears, he is stuck in a conspiracy theory, and finds out about the Highways In Hiding, and a secret battle between two groups that have a higher level of knowledge about Mekstrom's disease, and a cure.

A superhuman underground that wants good for the general population, and those that want to be a superhuman elite have their own covert struggle happening, and Steve becomes a key player.

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