The Soviets hurtle into Teri’s life with a missile, propelling her on an epic journey of love, war, and redemption.

The Moon Shines For All

by B.R. Keegstra

Her known world was shattered by a Soviet bullet. Only six years old, Terez was already learning about life’s mean streaks. But being an orphan didn’t stop her. At seventeen she was one of the youngest women in a 1960’s Chicago medical school, where love, racism and loss were thrust upon her, creating a distaste for life in her adopted country. Fleeing to a clinic in rural Afghanistan, she embraces romance once more, only to have it stolen from her a second time, along with her son. Grief and guilt envelop her in a dark shroud and to emerge from this she must fight her own demons as well as the twin devils of war and terrorism. Teri’s journey will resonate with anyone who has had to find resilience and fortitude to overcome obstacles in life and with anyone who is opposed to war and terrorism.

ISBN 978–1-938985-71-3 • 6 x 9 paperback • 252 pgs • $16.95

KEEGSTRAmoonshines“…an epic novel sprawling across three continents and several decades of turbulent history. Keegstra  explores the vexing moral dilemmas of our time with clarity and courage.”—John Hough, Jr., author of Little Bighorn and Seen the Glory.

“Brilliantly written—an epic story of love, loss, discovery, and salvation. Keegstra’s characters are so vividly drawn—so painfully human— that the thin line between fiction and reality blurs, and their journey becomes our own.”—John Burley, award-winning author of The Forgetting Place

“Such dynamic and mesmerizing characters. The reader is hooked from the first chapter. Excellent debut novel.  Very well thought out and written in a way that captures and keeps your attention. One warning, once you start reading it you won’t want to stop.”—Cata Granger

“So incredible! Immediately draws you into the story and you can’t put it down!”—Katherine J. Heise

“. . .  excellent, compelling read. Characters are interesting, complex, and unpredictable. Culturally insightful.”—Amazon Reviewer