Red Moon

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Forge, 2000 - Fiction - 380 pages
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Red Moon is a modern historical novel, faithful in detail, about the other side of the Space Race. It begins with a murder, and follows the story of a young man, Yuri Ribko, as he grows from engineering student to Cosmonaut under the secret control of his KGB uncle. This fascinating thriller takes the reader deep into the heart of the Soviet space program, its successes, and its heart breaking failures, and shows us the human face on the other side of the Iron Curtain.

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About the author (2000)

Michael Cassutt is noted for his writing about the space program -- not only articles in magazines such as "Space World," but a massive biographical encyclopedia, Who's Who in Space. Cassutt is the author of two previous mystery thrillers set within the space program, "Missing Man" and "Red Moon," He lives in Los Angeles, CA.

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