I've mentioned this book before, but if any of you have not read it, and enjoy cyberpunk (which I assume you do since you are playing Sindome) then you should read this book.
It's part of a trilogy and it's amazing.
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Flashpoint by Frank Creed. Hard to find in stores. I stumbled upon it at a local bookstore and loved it. You can find it on amazon. Cyberpunk to the core. The first in a series.
Also, the author is a really cool guy. I friend requested him on Facebook and we have talked... he even wishes me a happy birthday and comments on my wall from time to time. Keep meaning to bring up sin dome with him because I think he would fit right in.
Read his early books back when I was first GMing on SD on Johnny's recommendation, good solid cyberpunk stuff (neoAddix, Lucifer's Dragon, reMix and redRobe) .
The Arabesk trilogy isn't really cyberpunk, but still a good read. A lot of his work is 'alternate history', near-future/sci-fi/cyberpunk stuff but in a world where various major historic events diverged from our history.