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In 1969, Neil Armstrong had just taken his one small step. The future of spaceflight is so bright that young Apollo engineer Carl Heinel promises his wife that one day, they'll dance together on the moon.

Forty-five years later, the shuttle has stopped flying, America's space program has ground to a halt, and Carl has lost all hope of ever fulfilling his promise.

Then fate in the form of Roadrunner Rockets, a small aerospace firm with a big chip on its shoulder, gives Carl one last chance. He realizes that their revolutionary technology could finally allow him to keep his promise. The one thing he needs to make it all possible is a retired space shuttle.

Lunar Dance follows Carl and the team from Roadrunner Rockets as the implement their elaborate plan to secretly obtain the shuttle they need and embark on the greatest adventure in history. A plan in which everything is hidden in plain sight, nothing is as it seems, and only a handful of people know the real truth.

Everything is proceeding very well — until it all goes catastrophically wrong.

Available in hardcover, softcover and ebook from your favorite online retailers.

Robert Sapp

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