Death on the Moon
A Murder Mystery That is Out-of-This World
Time and crime are intertwined between the Earth and the moon. Detective Robin Mulvaina is hired by Barish International to find out why the company is having financial problems and construction accidents while building a moon base.
When the project manager of Lunar Base Camp is murdered, Mulvaina realizes there is more to the Barish International investigation than he was hired to solve.
People, like ghosts, bypass the moon’s high-tech security system and people's identities are often not as they appear. A lunarcrete key opens doors to answers that include high dollar mining rights and a black market for pods marked Helium-3. A plot unravels full of evil greed, evil deeds and dead bodies.
Mulvaina’s own life becomes a death target. He teams up with Helms, his accountant assistant, and Julie, an executive moon-base secretary, to uncover shocking secrets, and find the common links that lead to the killer or killers.
Death on the Moon is a fast paced dynamic merger of a murder mystery and science fiction story.
~ Bernadette Shih, Author
Iacono's novel illustrates man's future on the Moon will always be tethered to Earth by his own moral character.
~Glenn D. Considine, Editor-in-Chief Van Nostrand's Scientific Encyclopedia Tenth Edition
About The Author
Even as a child, JEANNE MAREE IACONO, was fascinated with the stars and the moon, and astronomy was her hobby. She has an extensive writing background and has been contributing author of over a hundred scientific biographies for Van Nostrand’s Scientific Encyclopedia 9th and 10th editions.
As a writing specialist for local city agencies she has helped organize and
promote farmer market, water conservation, and Earth Day activities for community events and school programs.
Iacono also enjoys the natural beauty of the Earth. She has won awards for mixing the arts with her photography and poetry, and capturing the power and beauty of country creeks and hidden natural landscapes of unique character.