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Blood Money: How I Got Rich off a Woman's Right to Choose
A true story of one woman's experiences as a co-owner of a franchise abortion clinic in Dallas, Texas. Everett helps readers see the value of taking a pro-active, pro-life stance against abortion in an attempt to bring America back in line with God's Truth and desires. Demonstrates the life-changing power of the Lord as He gives a one-time abortionist a dynamic pro-life mi ...more
Paperback, 210 pages
Published October 1st 1992 by Multnomah Books
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The memoir of Carol Everett, who directed four abortion clinics. It busts a lot of assumptions that people have about abortion, such as that legal abortion is always safe abortion And that abortion is just another medical procedure. Everett's clinics were a moneymaking business, which maimed women and tore apart babies. I gave this book only four stars because I was turned off by the religious content and the emphasis on traditional gender roles. You could realize it was written by fundamentalis ...more
One of those books that isn't always pleasant because of it's subject matter; but is worth the read. Her story is an incredible story of God's grace and forgiveness. Anyone involved in the pro-life ministry should read this, you will view those you serve with a greater understanding and compassion.
This is an eye opening look into the world of abortion. It is tough to read at times. It really reveals how much abortion is about money and how little it is about choice for some people. It describes the long term effects that this choice can have on both the body and mind. I would recommend this book to anyone who is not sure about what abortion truly is.