Are You Curious about Your Ethnic Ancestry or the Mysteries in Your Family Tree?
Are you an adoptee or a genealogist who seeks answers about your genetic background?
It’s a perfect start for genealogists and adoptees who
✓ are curious about their ethnic ancestry
✓ are interested in solving mysteries in their family tree
✓ want to confirm familial relationships
✓ don’t want to waste their money on costly DNA tests that may not generate the desired details
Download your free copy of “Guide to DNA Testing: How to Identify Ancestors, Confirm Relationships, and Measure Ethnic Ancestry through DNA Testing” on Amazon from December 12 - 16, 2014 by visiting http://www.amazon.com/
Inside you’ll find information about the different DNA test types, their strengths and limitations.
Hyperlinks to specific tests and other valuable resources are included.
Unlike books filled with scientific jargon that take weeks to understand, this brief guide only includes the key facts and tips necessary to get you started.
For more information or to connect with the author and his vast wealth of information on the subject of DNA testing for genealogy, please visit www.dna-testing-
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For an award winning, in-depth and moving true story about the author’s search as an adoptee for his family origins, please purchase a copy of “Finding Family: My Search for Roots and the Secrets in My DNA” by visiting Amazon at http://www.amazon.com/
This engrossing account of Richard's search to find his biological family was named a Finalist in the Next Generation Indie Book Awards. The electronic version was awarded a gold medal in the Global Ebook Awards.
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About the Author
At 18 years old, Richard Hill accidentally discovered a deeply hidden family secret: he was adopted. Assuming he would never know any details, he was startled to learn many years later that he had a brother out there somewhere. What then began as a search for his mother and brother turned into a decades long search for the identity of his biological father.
Thwarted for years by sealed records, lies, and cover-ups, Richard eventually turned to a series of new DNA tests designed for genealogists. His groundbreaking use of this new science to uncover the name of his birth father was reported on the front page of The Wall Street Journal. Subsequently, newer DNA tests would lead him to an even more startling conclusion.
Richard has made it his personal mission to share what he learns with other adoptees and genealogists. He does that through his web site, DNA-Testing-
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