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    In 2009 the Wall Street Journal summarized my birth parent search, including my use of DNA tests, in a front-page article. That article is still online...but now I know it has the WRONG ENDING.

    A few months ago I happened to test some of my new paternal-side relatives on Family Finder and another SNP-based autosomal DNA test. Shockingly, I learned that the old-technology DNA sibling test I had used in 2007 had pointed to the wrong man as my birth father. I just updated my web page on the WSJ article to explain the new conclusion.

    http://www.dna-testing-adviser.com/B...ly-Search.html

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    Any plans to publish a Kindle version of your book?

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    • #3
      Originally posted by econnore View Post
      Any plans to publish a Kindle version of your book?
      Yes. The print version is being formatted now. After that comes out, I will work on getting a Kindle version done. Thanks for asking.

      Richard

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      • #4
        Originally posted by RichardH View Post
        Yes. The print version is being formatted now. After that comes out, I will work on getting a Kindle version done. Thanks for asking.

        Richard
        Richard, can you tell me, was there a happy ending? I'm not going to try reading a whole book online to find out....my eyes can't take it
        Not trying to pry...I'm interested !

        I have an adopted daughter who's father will not acknowledge her, or his wife won't !

        She met her birth mother & that side of the family,because I knew where they lived and her name (private adoption in 1970) Shar

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        • #5
          Originally posted by slwr View Post
          Richard, can you tell me, was there a happy ending? I'm not going to try reading a whole book online to find out....my eyes can't take it
          Not trying to pry...I'm interested !

          I have an adopted daughter who's father will not acknowledge her, or his wife won't !

          She met her birth mother & that side of the family,because I knew where they lived and her name (private adoption in 1970) Shar
          Yes, Shar, the book has a happy ending. Getting there was a real roller-coaster ride over three decades. But it was well worth the time and money invested.

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          • #6
            Hi Richard. So pleased that you got a good result in the end.

            Earl.

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