I discovered Keith Brooke when I first read his novel Genetopia a while ago, and when I saw this collection of his short stories I pounced on it for my new Kindle.
There are nine stories in the collection, all different in tone and setting to each other (with the exception of two semi-related tales - 'Passion Play' and 'Genetopia'). The stories are almost all strong (the only weak link in my opinion is actually the title piece - 'Segue' - which is a little too ambiguous for my taste). Several of them are standouts - 'Passion Play' and 'Head Shots' being the two strongest tales. Also worthy of mention are the amusing 'Doctor Bull's Intervention' and 'Hannah' - the former being a highly amusing tale based on a Jules Verne original, and the latter being a dark cyberpunk exploration of humanity and morality with a disturbing twist at the end.
All of the stories are written well, the pacing is just right, and there are some believable and sympathetic characters. The settings sometimes feel a little cliched (the old London setting of 'Hannah' would be, despite the cyberpunk flourishes, familiar to any reader of Arthur Conan Doyle, for example), but they're always well drawn and vivid.
If you're an established fan of Brooke you might want to make sure you've not read these tales before - all but one have previously appeared in magazines at one point or another - and if you haven't you'll definitely want to pick this up. If you're new to him I'd recommend this collection whole-heartedly. A great read.