A nail-biting cold war thriller . . . It's a very rare book that combines so many things I love, from taut suspense and highly realistic action, to the golden age of space exploration. I couldn't put it down
An explosive thriller from a writer who has actually been to Space and back. Strap in for the ride!
There's maybe one person on Earth with the writing chops and the expertise to write a to-the-Moon thriller this exciting, this authentic. Chris Hadfield is that guy
Not to be missed. Even in fiction there is authenticity. It is either there... or it is not. With Chris Hadfield it is, because everything he describes he has really seen
A relentlessly exciting, deeply intriguing insider's look at the prime years of the Apollo space program, ingeniously weaving together three of the coldest, darkest things in existence - Cold War politics, space, and murder
Chris Hadfield has deftly combined fact and fiction in a gripping tale of high-stakes treachery [that] builds to an explosive and satisfying finale.
Hadfield's bona fides are unimpeachable - but it's his inventive action sequences and keen eye for illuminating details that propel THE APOLLO MURDERS ever skyward in this stellar thrill ride
Commander Hadfield takes us on an exciting journey into an alternate past. And who better to write about astronauts than an astronaut himself!
With a spectacular alternate history thriller . . . an intelligent and surprising nail-biter that Tom Clancy fans will relish
Clever . . . gutsy . . . the book also features very well drawn characters, natural-sounding dialogue, and a story that leads the reader to expect a spectacular conclusion (and delivers it)
An exceptional Cold War thriller
One of the most accomplished astronauts in the world, Chris Hadfield has drawn on his wealth of experience to produce a cold-war thriller riven with detail and authenticity
As someone who has actually been to space, Hadfield makes his techno-thiller jargon read true . . . an accomplished story from a first-time novelist
Totally gripping from first page to last
[A] sharp and tense read and a fresh take on the Cold War space race
This is such a terrifically confident, well-written thriller that to find it is the author's debut is unexpected
A terrific counterfactual thriller . . . an adroitly handled blend of twists and Cold War politics
Hadfield's descriptions of space-shots and lunar modules are vivid and engaging
A gripping novel
The Apollo Murders is a superior space thriller that has so much tension and suspense you'll need to take a big, shaky breath when you reach the end