Carol Everett got in on the ground floor of a major growth industry--the abortion business--and in a few years developed a chain of successful abortion clinics. In this shocking biography, she reveals the fascinating--and horrifying--story of what goes on behind closed doors: the politics, deception, and exploitation....
|Title||:||The Scarlet Lady: Confessions of a Successful Abortionist|
|Number of Pages||:||265 Pages|
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The Scarlet Lady: Confessions of a Successful Abortionist Reviews
Carol Everett tells her story of how she got in ... made millions off of it ... and then got out of the abortion industry. And to Carol Everett, abortions were BIG BUSINESS ... a way to make it to the top of the big money jet set. Having had an abortion herself, she had effectively torn down the first line of defense against a procedure that has taken and continues to take hundreds of thousands of innocent lives. Her story is an expose of the abortion industry and the doctors and nurses and business people who allow themselves to become deceived into thinking that they are part of a "compassionate" business. For Carol Everett, abortions were money ... and the way to make more money was to come up with marketing strategies for getting more and more women into clinics for abortions. Until her money making world started to unravel after a pro life group did some research ... undercover research at their clinic ... and took their findings to the news and exposed their world for what it actually was ... a front for cranking out abortions and killing thousands of babies, many of whom were at the end of the second trimester. It was then that she met a pastor working for the pro life movement who introduced her to Jesus Christ. It was then that she began to realize for the first time what abortion really is ... her life changed ... she changed sides and is now working for the pro life movement helping to educate people on what the abortion industry is all about. This book is not an easy read ... not a feel good story even though it ends well. There is so much work to be done to eradicate this terrible curse from the fabric of our national conscience.
A very honest look at the abortion industry written by a women that used to be in it.