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Memoirs of an Adopted Child

Memoirs of an Adopted Child

by Thomas F. Liotti
Publication Date: 10/11/2020
Who was this Thomas Liotti whose name appeared on Mary Sirchia's Ancestry relatives list? Listed as a second cousin, he had an unfamiliar surname and his identity remained as mysterious as his connection to the family. Who was his mother? Who was his father? Why such a family secret? Was it a scandalous affair? When Mary requested he share his family tree, Thomas suggested she read his book The Secret Adoption. While reading the book the mystery began to unfold. Mary recalled a story of her cousin who gave birth to a baby boy on May 29, 1947 and gave him up for adoption six days later. She believed the mysterious second cousin now had an identity - Thomas F. Liotti. The power of Mary's love brought the family together and initiated his welcoming into his new family.
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