Missing Man by Michael Cassutt

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A gripping thriller of murder and betrayal at NASA. When a veteran astronaut dies mysteriously during a routine training flight, Mark Koskinen, the rookie astronaut who survives the crash, finds himself caught in a web of suspicion, intrigue, and deception.

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About Michael Cassutt

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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.
Published April 1, 2011 by Forge Books. 448 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Absorbing, rather bitter debut thriller about NASA and a team of US astronauts going up in 1999 to join Russia’s Mir space station team.

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As this exciting action thriller begins, Astronaut candidate Mark Koskinen manages to survive when a training aircraft crashes, killing chief NASA astronaut Joseph Buerhle, under what seem to Mark suspicious circumstances.

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