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The book is about the story of two women who, after they were killed, their souls won't leave the Mother Earth until their sentimental wishes were accomplished. The spirit of Mary Scarlet Scarborough, a loving mother who was accidentally killed in a robbery, witnessed the anguish of her only loving son, David, who promised to crush the head of her killer when they meet. She would stay and guide David until the day he would meet her killer. During the Second World War, David surrendered to the Imperial Japanese Army during the fall of Bataan and became a part of the death march, but he escaped and became a member of the guerilla unit that formed the Silent Killers. In their journey on top of the Sierra Madre Mountain Range, he would meet Rosemarie Borromeo, who would fall in love with him but would be killed by a Japanese soldier during a rescue operation to free her father, Commander Borromeo. The spirit of Rosemarie won't leave the Mother Earth until David finds the woman he would love and marry.

Twice in the story, the spirit of Mary Scarlet would save the life of David. Rosemarie also saved the life of David a couple of times during and after the Second World War.. After their divine intentions were accomplished, the spirits of Mary Scarlet and Rosemarie left the Mother Earth happy, smiling, and contented with the love they could not share.

Written by Mars M. Avelino, author of "The Path to Success" and "Success: The Road to Happiness or Downfall."

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