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At 11:06 PM 6/20/94 GMT, Global SchoolNet Fdn (FrEdMail) wrote: >I have a friend who has been adopted and would like to find his real >parents - he came to me in the library. I have heard that there are >specialists in this field of private detection. He is willing to pay for >their services - does anyone know of such a private detective who >specializes in this area? > >-- >Fred Muller || Halsted Middle School Library >voice (201) 383-7554 || 59 Halsted Street >FAX (201) 338-7432 || Newton, NJ 07860 >(email@example.com) || > > I don't have a dectective name, but a helpful reference source for anyone searching, considering a search for birthparents is: SEARCH: A HANDBOOK FOR ADOPTEES AND BIRTHPARENTS, 2ND EDITION by Jayne Askin and Molly Davis, published by the Oryx Press, $24.50; 1-800-279-6799. Askin herself is an adoptee, so much of the information was gathered through personal correspondence with search and support groups, search consultants, and private reunion registries. Hope this helps.