Author Terry Moran addresses racial issues in the 1960’s in a unique way in his book “My Enemy’s Face.”
Book Title: My Enemy's Face
Terry Moran opens up about his book “My Enemy’s Face.” His unique style helps the reader immerse themselves in the story and relate to the challenges of each of the characters.
Author Bio:Terry Moran made a career in law enforcement for 28 years before retiring from Federal service with the FBI and DOE in 2008. He lived in Alabama from 1961 to 1967 where his father was a Special Agent with the FBI. Terry remembers his father working multiple civil rights cases involving members of the Ku Klux Klan. Knoxville native Margaret Moran graduated from the University of Tennessee with a degree in Graphic Design. She taught Art and Photography to both elementary and high school students for 18 years. Asked why she and Terry kept working on “My Enemy’s Face” for 15 years, Maragert says, “We just believed so much in the book. I imagined it as writing a movie and I fell in love with the characters. So much of the spiritual part felt like it was coming straight from God, not my words. I really think He inspired so much of the writing… so how can you give up on God?”