Abomination and Desolation

by Deborah Revelle



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 9/25/2019

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 272
ISBN : 9781480882676
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 272
ISBN : 9781480882669

About the Book

A book can teach us, scare us, enlighten us, and inspire us. This book will do all of these things. It is a stand-alone book that speaks of an unspeakable part of our society. The abuse and trafficking of women and children. It was born out of the ending of my last book “The Healing House Its Powers Discovered Its History Uncovered” and the awareness of the need to shine a light on the abomination of the century; slavery, human rights, abuse, and help for those enslaved in this global problem. As an author, I hope to make people of all ages alert and aware. Therefore, while the stories are horrific, the explicit details of some of the abuses have been sanitized.

Today’s Slavery
Human Trafficking
Domestic Violence
Child Abuse

About the Author

Author, world traveler, teacher, humanitarian, and speaker, Deborah Revelle earned her BS degree at Samford University and her MA and Ph.D. at Trinity University. Deborah has attended and been a speaker at many workshops including a NAFSA workshop at Harvard University, and a MENSA workshop in Chicago. She received the Key of Success Award for Global Relations. Deborah was selected for inclusion into the Millennium Edition of the Who’s Who of American Women (inclusion is limited to those individuals who have demonstrated outstanding achievement in their own fields of endeavor and who have, thereby, contributed significantly to the betterment of contemporary society). The author has many awards and honors including being a Lowell Mason Fellow recipient and being named the YWCA Woman of the Year for Lake County, Illinois. Deborah has also been awarded the International Order of Merit, the International Order of Ambassadors, the International Peace Prize, the Presidential Seal of Honor, The author has witnessed abuse. She has seen the fear in people’s eyes and the demeanor that one has who is locked into modern day slavery. Some chains are not metal, they are mental.