Eddie has a problem—several of them in fact. Drugs and alcohol are fogging his mind, while death and war are depleting his soul. Now, in 1969, he wanders his college campus, relying on his student deferment to keep him alive while he sorts it all out.
Through various encounters with a devout Christian girlfriend and some enterprising missionaries, Eddie slowly begins to escape the pull of the darkness controlling his life. What happens next he never could have expected.
A fictionalized account based on actual events, Leaving Moscow is the story of a lost soul looking for comfort in all the wrong places. Ultimately, it is a story of hope and redemption and a testament to the power of God over even the darkest corruption. [from publisher's web site]