Book: Finding Family by Richard Hillcategories: Book, DNA Test, Adoptee Search, Non-Fiction, Genealogy, Adoption, Ancestry, Birth Mother, Birth Parents, Ethnicity, DNA Testing Adviser, Family, Memoir
Richard Hillabout this book: "Finding Family" is the true story of the first adoptee to find his birth family through the home DNA tests that are now so common. Thanks to the author's breakthrough case, thousands of adoptees are now bypassing sealed birth records to find and reunite with their first families.
Midwest Book Review: Impressively informative, exceptionally well written, an inherently fascinating and compelling read from beginning to end, "Finding Family: My Search for Roots and the Secrets in My DNA" is an extraordinary account.
Kircus Review: An engaging, page-turning memoir that thoughtfully puts together the pieces of a family puzzle.
My many adoptees of his ear, Richard grew up not knowing that he was adopted. He only found out accidentally. That revelation led to decades of searching and considerable success through conventional research.
Yet the only person who knew the identity of his birth father had been deceased for a long time. Only modern genetic genealogy DNA testing of living descendants could reveal the secret taken to the grave.
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