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Finding Family: My Search for Roots and the Secrets in My DNA, a true and intensely personal story of family origins takes you on an exhilarating roller-coaster ride and concludes with a twist that rivals anything Hollywood has to offer.
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Easy to read and hard to put down, Finding Family: My Search for Roots and the Secrets in My DNA is the first book to chronicle the paradigm-shifting application of genetic genealogy to adoption search.
Kirkus Reviews calls the book, "An engaging, page-turning memoir that thoughtfully puts together the pieces of a family puzzle."
Whether you're searching for your own roots or just craving a darn good read, Finding Family is a book you will likely devour in one sitting ... and wholeheartedly recommend to others.
In the vein of a classic mystery, Hill gathers the seemingly scant evidence surrounding the circumstances of his birth. At his adoptive father's deathbed, he discovers shocking information that leads him to methodically chase down leads, which sometimes yield poignant glimpses of his birth parents, sometimes garner resistance, and as frequently flat-line in disappointment. As his resolve shores up, the author also avails of new friends, genealogists, the Internet, and the latest DNA tests in the new field of genetic genealogy. As he closes in on the truth of his ancestry, he is able to construct a living, breathing portrait of the young woman who was faced with the decision to forsake her rights to her child, and ultimately the man whose identity had remained hidden for decades.
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During the course of Hill's mission, Finding Family offers guidance, insight, and motivation for anyone engaged in a similar mission, from ways to obtain information to the many networks that can facilitate adoption searches. Best of all, the author demystifies how DNA and genetic genealogy can produce irrefutable results in determining genetic connections.
Richard Hill's groundbreaking use of DNA testing in adoption search was featured on the front page of The Wall Street Journal. His DNA Testing Adviser web site makes genetic genealogy understandable to all.
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An Interesting Genealogical Puzzle
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Story of a Tenacious Searcher
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.
Richard has made it his personal mission to share what he learns with other adoptees and genealogists. He does that through his web site, http://www.DNA-
Richard shares some basic genetic genealogy in his other book titled Guide to DNA Testing: How to Identify Ancestors, Confirm Relationships, and Measure Ethnic Ancestry through DNA Testing. Available on Amazon by visiting http://www.amazon.com/
Tags: Adoptee, Birthparent, Biological Family, Personal History, Family Secrets, Adoption