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   Red Moon Rising, by Robert Lopez  
  Novel, first publication in May 2005
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      January 2015 – Another Chinese military satellite is launched from Jiuquan Space Center deep in the Gobi Desert. China has emerged a powerful nation. Her growing constellation of military satellites and expanding nuclear missile sites cause concern around the world, but especially in Washington. The CIA is directed to increase its surveillance of China. A CIA agent recruits an American-born Beijing University student. Little do they know how much danger awaits them.

    General Jiang Lieu, Chief Commander of China’s space program, is a relentless modern-day Genghis Khan who is driven by his hatred of America and his desire to make China the most powerful country in the world. He claims that the American Apollo Moon landings were a hoax produced by the CIA to overshadow Russia’s space program, and he is determined to prove it. If he does, China’s moon mission would become the first to land on the moon and lay claim to her territory.

    A Chinese spacecraft lands on the Moon and reports no evidence of the Apollo 11 landing. America is discredited and the world is divided. Will General Jiang Liu be stopped in time, or is this the end of America’s reign as the most powerful nation in the world?

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  • 21th Century
  • China
  • Moon
  • Satellites (Artificial)
  • Spies - Special Agents

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