Beneath the Super Moon
Irene Blea’s the final book of her Suzanna trilogy. Suzanna is set free to live life freely after a life predetermined by others. Only now, in the twilight of life, does the radiance of her soul shine through. This transformation occurs during the lunar eclipse known as the Super Moon when the moon appears closest to earth. It is then that Suzanna is finally reunited with her long-lost children, but not before she confronts the darkness in her heart and the sorrow of her past.
About Irene Blea (Corrales, New Mexico Author)
Dr. Irene Blea is a native New Mexican who wrote text books, academic articles, and poetry for 27 years. Upon her retirement as a tenured, Full Professor, and Chairperson of Mexican American and Chicano Studies she opted to write novels. Her novels include a trilogy: Suzanna, Poor People's Flowers, and Beneath the Super Moon. She also wrote Daughters of the West Mesa. Blea is an award winning author and scholar and New Mexico Humanities Council.