A new phase of the Moon(struck)

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Edward M. Lerner

Feb 26, 2011, 9:40:42 PM2/26/11
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My second novel, MOONSTRUCK, went in and out of print long before the
days of this newsletter. Before ebooks, too.

I'm delighted to report that MOONSTRUCK is available once more, in a
classy trade paperback format -- with terrific cover art -- and now
also for the Kindle.

And the story? I could tell you, but these review snippets describe it
*so* well ...

"Take one part Tom Clancy, one part Hal Clement, and one part Larry
Niven, shake well, and you've got Edward Lerner's edge-of-your-seat
day-after-tomorrow just-what-ARE-the-aliens up to thriller,

It's a rollicking good read, in which the puzzles all go snick-snick
at just the right moment, and the suspense never lets up. Highly

— Robert J. Sawyer, author of Rollback

"In his novel Moonstruck, physicist Edward M. Lerner operates proudly
in the classic hard-SF tradition of ... Robert A. Heinlein."

— Scifi.com

"Moonstruck is a rapid fire technothriller that puts fresh thrills
into the first contact tale. Fast, original, and will keep you
guessing to the very last page."

— Robert A. Metzger, author of Picoverse

(An aside to my longtime readers: MOONSTRUCK first appeared as a
serial in Analog, in 2003.)

Curious? Check out a sample of MOONSTRUCK on the publisher's website
(http://www.foxacre.com/samples/MoonstruckSample.pdf) or go to Amazon
for more editorial and reader reviews.

And (barring surprises) coming up in a month or two ... the re-release
of my *long* out-of-print first novel. Look for another update note
when PROBE comes out in its twentieth anniversary edition.

Best regards,

- Ed

Edward M. Lerner

Feb 27, 2011, 2:27:24 PM2/27/11
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As one list member and longtime reader was good enough to remind me,
Baen Books (the previous publisher) did offer an ebook edition of
Moonstruck. I was conflating Moonstruck (first edition: 2005) with
Probe (first edition: 1991).

Best regards,

- Ed

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