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ISBN:
1558536574
Author:
Norma Tillman
Category:
Writing Research & Publishing Guides
Language:
English
Publisher:
Rutledge Hill Pr; Revised, Updated edition (October 1, 1998)
Pages:
237 pages
EPUB book:
1163 kb
FB2 book:
1645 kb
DJVU:
1667 kb
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Rating:
4.7
Votes:
929


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Private Investigator Norma Tillman has found more than 1,000 missing persons in her career, a result of her diligence, ingenuity, and insight into where to look. A private investigator provides the information by which tens of millions of Americans separated by adoption will be able to find a lost relative. Here also are the resources for those needing more information about someone. Whether you are looking for an old friend, a dead-beat dad, a debtor, father/mother or sibling, this is the book that may change your life.

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In this updated edition, Norma Tillman describes the methods she has used to find thousands of people using the latest information and resources. This new edition contains updated information on adoption laws, support group addresses, and how to use the Internet.
  • Gianni_Giant
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  • Kakashkaliandiia
GREAT BOOK. NOW I HOPE I CAN FIND MY WIFE'S BIOLOGICAL PARENTS.
  • EXIBUZYW
This book was extremely helpful to me. I located a cousin nobody had heard from in many years. Recommend it highly. Rate it five stars.
  • Flas
I checked this out at a local library and did not purchase this book. So here is my review...

It is good, but it has a lot of letters wanting her to find their family or friends. I admit that I did cry through the mother letters (people that want to find their mothers). Those were touching.

It is a bit outdated and needs to be rewritten in a more updated version. Laws have changed and she needs to address that. However, she does point out the seed suggestion. You have to start somewhere. If you have the most pertinent information to begin with, you should be able to find anyone.
  • Abuseyourdna
If you are completely unfamiliar with the internet, you may find this book useful. Otherwise, it is a waste of money. There is quite a bit of preaching in this book such as "When these needs [of a mother AND father] aren't met, development is thwarted..." While this may be true, that should be an entirely different book from this one. Advice such as, learn her date of birth (to find mother) or register at a fee based reunion site (of course to the financial benefit of the author!!) is offered and all I thought was that I could have thought of any of her advice without ever having bought the book. Several letters with happy ending responses are also a part of the book, but no step-by-step assistance is in this book anywhere. As a matter of fact, in the first paragraph, the author says we should all buy a different book on finding people...I wish I had never spent the money!
  • Jerdodov
For someone like me who didn't have a clue where to start, this book steered me in the right direction. I found my birthmother's brother by sending for his driver's license which I had no clue you could do. The addresses in it are quite helpful. The book stimulates your mind and gives you things to do; keep busy and keep looking, shows you where to look and how to go about it. Thanks Norma!!
  • Mitars Riders
This book was more than just helpful to me. I had been a private investigator for a couple of years before I found this book and read it. She manages to pack an immense amount of information in the less the 170 actual learning pages(the rest has addresses, phone numbers and names of various sources of information). I suggest this book for anybody, whether they are looking for a long-lost friend/relative, attemping to, or already are, become a private investigator, or you just like to know how to find people. This book will give you ideas and places to start, but doesn't go so far as to actually do it all for you. After finishing this book, you still need to think about how to get some of the information you may need, but she has shown you where to get it. This book will always be in my library.