An Adopted Man's Search for Roots
and the Secrets Revealed in His DNA
Finding Family is Richard Hill’s true and intensely personal story of how he pieced together the long-kept secret of his birth.
This highly suspenseful book is a page-turning saga of personal detective work that will appeal to anyone who loves a good mystery.
But this isn't fiction. It’s an engrossing account of an adoptee trying to reclaim the biological family denied him by sealed birth records.
This fascinating quest—including the author's landmark use of DNA testing—takes readers on an exhilarating roller-coaster ride and concludes with a twist that rivals anything Hollywood has to offer.
The Next Generation Indie Book Awards named this book as one of the top independently published memoirs in 2013.
Kirkus Reviews calls the book "An engaging, page-turning memoir that thoughtfully puts together the pieces of a family puzzle."
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The book is also available from platform-specific sites such as Apple's iBookstore.
Readers in West Michigan can walk into any of the Schuler Books stores in Grand Rapids and buy the book off the shelf. Anyone can order it from their web site.
European readers can order the book from Amazon UK and other Amazon Europe sites. The book is only available in English.
Those who wish to sample the book before buying can download the first 20% of the book for free at Smashwords.
Richard Hill’s groundbreaking use of DNA testing in adoption search was featured on the front page of The Wall Street Journal. Richard’s educational web site DNA-Testing-Adviser.com makes genetic genealogy understandable to all.
Now retired from careers in science and marketing, Richard is a member of the the Genealogical Speakers Guild and gives talks on DNA testing, primarily in Michigan where he lives. Presentations in other areas can be arranged.
If you already have results from another autosomal DNA test, you may be able to transfer into Family Finder for free.