The Avengers: Moon Express

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Cover image: The Avengers, Moon Express, Berkley Medallion, 1969Author Norman Daniels

Country United States
Format Paperback
Publisher Berkley Medallion
Publication Date 1969
Original Price UNKNOWN
Book Number #9

Moon Express is an original novel featuring John Steed and Tara King.

Back Cover Blurb

That's exactly what someone is offering: a trip to the moon, and a chance to select for oneself a large slice of lunar real estate!

Breathes there a man, woman or child with soul so dead they wouldn't jump at such an opportunity? Or who would quibble over the cost? (One would expect it to be astronomical.)

One thing is certain: Her Majesty's government isn't behind this hush-hush project. Who is?

Nothing will do but for John Steed and Tara King to get themselves invited to participate in this expensive venture, unmask the organizers, and find out precisely what they are up to.

It's THE AVENGERS all the way — even when it means the moon!


  • Moon Express was the second of two Avengers novels to be written by Norman Daniels during the 1960s, and was the final novel based on the series to be released during the original run of the television series. Like The Magnetic Man from the previous year, Moon Express would also show Emma Peel on the cover, despite the fact that she doesn't appear in the book.

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