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Wayne Scott Harral’s Suspense Fiction “Moon Luck” Wins Readers with an Impressive Plot and Rave Reviews

Author Wayne Scott successfully delivers a delicious shiver of thrill and excitement with a suspense novel on life – and murder – on the Moon with masterful storytelling.


“We will be on the Moon, living and working there, within our lifetimes. And for some of us, that is not so far away.” Wayne Scott Harral

“Is it murder if it happens on the Moon?” This is such an intriguing question that author Wayne Scott Harral raises in his book, “Moon Luck.” The book follows the story of 30 astronauts, comprising scientists and explorers, living on the Moon for an extended period carrying out research and experiments. All the crew seemed to coexist on the Moon peacefully, happily, and productively for ten years, on the Base Station Venturous, which they called their “home.”

Fate had a different plan for the crew. In an unexpected twist of luck, one of their members dies in an “accidental” explosion. But after video footage of the incident surfaced, the crew began to suspect that there was foul play involved. As the story plot slowly unravels, “Moon Luck” gets more gripping and captivating with every page turn, and readers will find it hard to put down the book.

This is the same sentiment “Moon Luck” receives from the reading public.

In a review for Manhattan Book Review by David Keenan, he gives the book a 5-star rating, with feedback that says:

“The novel excellently depicts the day to day in the life of the characters. Harral’s solid scientific foundation drives the narrative and the characters’ motivations. Experiments in botany, metallurgy, gravity, and the vagaries of lunar life are depicted. The murder plot weaves like a snake through a wood pile, pulling the pieces of the novel together. This clear-eyed examination of future moon exploration will inspire the reader to contemplate the moon in a new light.”

A review by the Pacific Book Review says of the book:

“There is a lot of potential for sequels. Death on a space station, whether accidental or not, is a great idea for entertainment value, and the book would make for an interesting and exciting film. Creative and full of plausible future scenarios, ‘Moon Luck’ is a glimpse into what the future might look like.”

In a review for the Portland Book Review, Philip Zozzaro gives the book another 5-star rating, stating:

“The action unfolding over the course of the book highlights not only the issues of inter-governmental cooperation over resources, but also the disconnect felt by astronauts as they work hundreds of thousands of miles from home. Author Wayne Scott Harral brings forward an eclectic array of characters in telling this story, but all are interesting…It makes for an out-of-this-world detective story that never wanes in captivating the reader.”

Don’t miss out on the excitement and grab a copy now of Wayne Scott Harral’s “Moon Luck”. Order the book on ReadersMagnet Bookstore or Amazon. Or, visit the author’s website at

“Moon Luck”
Author | Wayne Scott Harral
Published date | November 18, 2021
Publisher | ReadersMagnet, LLC
Book Genre | Fiction

Author Bio

Wayne Scott Harral has a BS and MS in Civil Engineering and an MBA. An extensive traveler, the author has made a career of providing construction management services mainly to the rail industry throughout the U.S. Wayne has also worked in Qatar Middle East and has traveled to 40+ countries. He is also in the Italian Alps every year.

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 Wayne Scott Harral
 Moon Luck
 Science Fiction/mystery
 Moon Exploration

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