Paul Gillebaard is a business owner, high school track coach, parent, and now author. He received his Mechanical Engineering Degree from California State University, Fullerton and has operated his own engineering company since 2002. He lived in the small neighborhood of Nassau Bay, Texas, where many Apollo astronauts lived during the moon shot years. He currently resides in Orange County, California, with his wife and two daughters.
What if China convinced the world that the U.S. never landed on the moon? What would America do? Nothing? Let one of man’s greatest achievements simply be erased?
In Moon Hoax, China claims the moon landings never happened and they have proof. Losing worldwide prestige is not an option for the United States. CIA agent and former NASA candidate Peter Novak, son of a U.S. moonwalker, is selected to fly a mission back to the moon against UN sanctions to set the record straight. With no manned rocket close to flying, America must figure out how to get their man into deep space undetected and without international help. Restoring his father's good name and the reputation of his country on a one-way ticket to lunar orbit sounds crazy--but it's Peter's only chance to break free of Earth's atmosphere and fulfill his dream as an astronaut. Peter enlists a former space rival as his unlikely co-pilot, and the two battle to outwit China's efforts to sabotage the operation and beat the Chinese back to the moon.