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    Family Secrets? Every Family Has Them.

    Family secrets? Every family has them. What is it like to find out at age nineteen, that your parents are not your birth parents, and what’s more, that you have been sworn to secrecy? Furthermore, your parents demand that you never search for your birth parents. This is the story behind Secrets, Spies and Spotted Dogs. This is Jane Eales own story. The author carefully researched her book, and in writing it, shared the shame and isolation she felt not being able to discuss her adoption with her friends. It is a chronicle of her painstaking search for her birth parents. Secrets, Spies and Spotted Dogs is a well written, easy to read memoir that anyone can enjoy, but that would be of great interest to those who have been adopted and to birth and adopting families. I received a copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.
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