RABBIT IN THE MOON by Deborah and Joel Shlian is a beautiful, heartbreaking,
poignant international thriller that will have your head spinning one minute
and your heart breaking the next, all while keeping you on the edge of your seat
The story takes place in 1989 during the 7 week period which ended with the massacre in Tiananmen Square. The research is meticulous, and delves
This is an amazing work of fiction in which the research, handled with less care, could have gotten in the way, simply because of that dramatic image of that unforgettable young man positioned in front of that tank in that square is so firmly placed in our minds.
Wanting to give us more about what led up to that particular moment could, I think, get in the way of a fictional account based on true happenings, as we know them. The writers, however, do an incredible job of merging the facts with their fiction into one terrific tale.
Causes Deborah Shlian Supports
All royalties from my book, Rabbit in the Moon are contributed to to medical charities including Remote Area Medicine, Breast Cancer Research Foundation and...