Adoption Detective:Memoir of an Adopted Child
Now that we have finished reading your well written book, we are in awe that our friends on their first attempt at writing have, "Hit the ball out of the Park". The plot was so emotionally charged, engrossing, and agonizing at times. Chapter 25, entitled Great Expectations was followed by some of the most painful expressions of rejection anyone could experience. How you, Judy maintained your patience, composure, good nature and positiveness is astonishing and unprecedented by all human standards, we are aware of. It is a testament to your trusting personality, the love and devotion of a wonderfully supporting and gifted husband whose life experiences maintained good charting and course changes, Divine Providence or just plain luck. Whatever the reason, it is good that you told your story, just think of the millions of souls who are victims, if that is the correct term that will prosper from your journey, and your story is truly one of authenticity. Both of you worked expertly together and your finished work is simply wonderful. Penny and I read the last two chapters and epilogue together because we both wanted to share our final thoughts and comments from a common place. We are so proud of both of you and will gladly read your next book; there will have to be one, you know! Your fans insist the team should stay out on the field; it's much too early to sit on the bench. Again, nice job. CLAP, CLAP, CLAP.