Mavis Mack’s newly released “Absence of Intelligence II: The Master Key” depicts a journey of human contact that shows how people deal others that have mental illness

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“Absence of Intelligence II: The Master Key” from Christian Faith Publishing author Mavis Mack is a gripping portrayal of the harrowing circumstances of people in the slums of Houston who are caught in substance abuse.

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“Absence of Intelligence II: The Master Key”: an edifying account that contains intriguing events showing people’s undesirable actions when given power and the painful addiction to drugs and alcohol that shatters lives. “Absence of Intelligence II: The Master Key” is the creation of published author Mavis Mack, a devoted woman and mother who finished her associate degree in case management with honors.

Mack shares, “The name Absence of Intelligence was given to Mavis out of the blue. It came to her attention about how some people act when they have a certain position in power. When they mix the power with drugs and alcohol, they become elusive or stupid, thinking they can do what they want to do, regardless of others welfare or being. They have an absence of intelligence. This is what Mavis saw when she was a resident and the homeless shelters and also her apartment in Houston.”

Published by Christian Faith Publishing, Mavis Mack’s new book depicts truthful moments of depravity that have convoluted the society into a dystopia of indifference and unawareness of the world’s poisons.

This book is an illuminating opus that imparts wisdom to readers on the toxicities of the world that looms over people intoxicated by the idea of escaping reality through drugs and alcohol.

View the synopsis of “Absence of Intelligence II: The Master Key” on YouTube.

Consumers can purchase “Absence of Intelligence II: The Master Key” at traditional brick-and-mortar bookstores or online at Amazon.com, Apple iTunes store, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or inquiries about “Absence of Intelligence II: The Master Key,” contact the Christian Faith Publishing media department at 866-554-0919.

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