THE SECRET HIDEAWAY ON BRIDGETON HILL by Mary Merriman Cates
- Paperback: 163 pages
- Publisher: Christian Publishing House (March 01, 2018
- Language: English
- ISBN-13: 978-1-945757-80-8
- ISBN-10: 1-945757-80-9
- Product Dimensions: 6" x 9"
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Rachael Garrison knows all the shrewd ways to successfully close multi-million-dollar real estate deals with her father’s famous New York real estate enterprise. But beyond her savvy to rake in huge deals is her premonition that an impending global takeover of the world’s financial wealth is on the horizon by evil leaders of The Great Ten Nations. From New York City to the Irish Hills of Michigan, and into the streets of Detroit her life takes on enormous purpose as she listens to the Voice within and launches her top-secret plan to escape impending financial loss. A plan must be followed to outwit the malicious scheme and save unfortunate victims who are left penniless on the streets. Convinced of her suspicions, she and her husband Grant, develop a secret plan to hide their wealth and turn their vacation mansion in the Irish Hills into a mission to save casualties. Her premonition soon becomes a reality and the world’s masses are brought to their knees. Thousands begin losing their class identification and their financial status. Those who refuse to obey the leader’s commands are imprisoned or killed, including her beloved husband. With the help of an underground Christian network, victims are brought to her mansion on Bridgeton Hill, located in the Irish Hills of Michigan. Their stories of persecution are chilling. Hunger, death, romance, and triumph takes place on the hill. A nagging, grueling question haunts everyone ... can they stay hidden from the perils of evil while the world advances into further madness? Rachael’s faith is put to the test.
Mary Merriman Cates is a Registered Nurse. Her specialty is in Human Services, School Nursing. She does not presently work in this field. University of Detroit, Michigan: Human Services – Nursing, 1978-1984. Henry Ford College, Dearborn, Michigan: Associate in Science. 1973 – 1976. Dean’s List 1974.