- What are the most important things to share with your global audience?
- What conclusions did you draw from your experience?
- What are the key personal attributes needed to do an adoption search?
- Why did you choose the title Adoption Detective
- What did you say after you said hello to your birth parents?
- What motivated you to search for your birth parents?
- How did you feel when you learned you were adopted?
- Who would benefit from reading Adoption Detective?
- What is unique about your adoption story?
- What do you remember most about your childhood?
- Why write a book about adoption?
- What is an adoption detective?
- Caddywampus: Murder at Woebegone Dunes Resort
- The Homing Instinct
- Wire Monkey Mothers
- BOOK CLUB REVIEW
- Why are “Abandoned Children” called Orphans?
- Children are Reminders from God that Life Goes On
- Adoption is Paradoxical
- Adoption is a Twist of Fate
- “A New Adoption Classic”
- Four Kinds of Adoption
- Adoption—Finding Solace
- Use the “Emotion Wheel” to get in Touch with Your Feelings
- Adoption—What is a soliloquy?
- Adoption Secrets
- Adoption and Uncanny Dreams
- Adopted—who’s pulling your strings?
- Adopted Child Syndrome verses Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
- Incredible Discoveries Await Curious Adoptees
- On Children
- Adoption and Conventional Wisdom
- Adoption Triggers Intense Feelings
- Adoption—Transcendence is Key to a Better Life
- Adoption Stories
- Adoption, Cursive Writing and Communication
- Adoption—The Vicissitudes of Life
- The 4th Side of the Adoption Triangle
- Adoption—Calming the Monkey Mind
- Adoption—Trauma and Dissociation
- Adoption—When things go utterly right…
- Adoption—Chasing a Rainbow
- Adoption—Time Waits for no One…
- Adults bamboozled me into believing in Santa Claus
- Adoption in Winter Wonderland
- Adoption—Paternal Bonding
- Adoption—Fighting for your Destiny
- Adoption—Time is the allegorical Father of Truth
- Adoption—What is the meaning of énouement?
- Adoption—How does it feel?
- Adoption – Street Smarts or Book Smarts?
- Adoption – The importance of Communication
- Adoption – Staying afloat
- Adoption—Life in a Snow Globe
- Adoption detectives help adoptees find their way home
- Adoption—The Extraordinary Power of Expectations
- Adoption—Striving for the Brass Ring
- Adoption-Children in Greenland were taken from their homes for a social experiment
- Adoption searches are not just for young people
- Adoption—Life as a Country Song
- Adoption—Harbor Lights
- “Adoption—Life is a Challenge”
- Adoption—Bubbles in Time
- The History of Adoption
- Adoption – The Sublime Confidence of Youth
- “Adoption—Blest Be the Tie That Binds”
- “Adoption—Infants remember more than you think”
- Similarities between Golf and Adoption
- Adoption—On a Wing and a Prayer
- Pets benefit adopted children…
- “You’re Adopted!”
- Adoption—“The Best of Times…the Worst of Times”
- Adoption—Self-discovery and Moral Character
- The Stigma of Adoption
- Adoption—Shadows of Ancestors Past
- Adoption—Individual Choice verses Collective Action
- “Woo Hoo!—I found my Grandparents.”
- Adoption—Its Pub Weather Today
- Adoption—Parents who live vicariously
- Empathy is more than a simple act of kindness, sympathy, prayer, or pity
- Adoption—Robinson Crusoe Syndrome
- “Adoption and Behavioral Foxhole Syndrome”
- “Adoption—A thousand reasons to be angry”
- Adoption—Are you burned out?
- “Adoption—An Affair of the Heart”
- Reactive Attachment Disorder – RAD
- “Adoption—Stowaway Orphan from Peru found in London train station”
- Adoption Detective—Judith Land Quotes
- Adoption—“Letting Go!”
- Adoption—“The Point of No Return”
- Adoption—Can you die from a broken heart?
- Adoption—How similar are you to your Mother?
- “Adoption—communicating with poems, songs and love letters”
- “Adoption—the exhilaration of accomplishing something extraordinary”
- “Adoption—Don’t be a worrywart!”
- Adoption—a warm blanket of complacency
- “Adoption—Internal fears lead to procrastination”
- Are you planning an adoption reunion?
- Have you ever dreamed of reconnecting with someone from your past?
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“Readers worldwide may not remember the author’s exact words, but they will never forget how you made them feel. The highest compliment is not for the words you scribble on paper to inspire others, but the satisfaction of knowing that … Continue reading
When Lieutenant Baron Dunning is sent to Nigeria to investigate the plundering of natural resources for use in biological warfare, he can’t guess that the money trail will lead him to Wisconsin’s lavish Woebegone Dunes Resort … and an abandoned research site known as Gravestone Castle. Competition for ownership of the resort and the castle has resulted in a series of freakish deaths, and Dunning’s sleuthing brings him into contact with a plethora of odd characters:
Bo-Bo Bigelow, the world’s largest exporter of misappropriated oil and rare earth minerals. He wants to convert the Hermitage at Gravestone Castle into a playboy mansion.
Jack Daniels, who sees Gravestone Castle as the ideal headquarters for the Royal Enouement Society, a secret club for objectivists.
Father Feely, a talented but corrupt priest who’s indebted to Bo-Bo Bigelow.
Professor Adam Baum, a brilliant biological researcher with the personality of a serial killer.
Deputy Sheriff Bud Light, a brandy-swigging Green Bay Packers fan who finds himself in over his head when confronted with the ghastly murders.
Crystal Glass, the enchanting reporter who sweeps Dunning off his feet.
Can Lieutenant Dunning find the answers he seeks — to the case or to life’s deep philosophical questions — amidst the chaos? Continue reading
“Poets, song-writers, and novelists responding to simple observations, sentiments, feelings, and emotions seem better able to describe the importance of maternal love than scientists, lawyers, and the cold-hearted money changers responsible for the fair and equitable distribution of adopted children.” … Continue reading
Adoption Detective: Memoir of an Adopted Child Adoption Detective is a multi-genre thriller that resonates with men and women and people of all ages in every culture. Emotional tension is intense and never-ending throughout. Judith Ramano is a sympathetic heroine … Continue reading
5.0 out of 5 stars A book review by Donna Montalbano, Radio Host Adoption Detective: Memoir of an Adopted Child belongs in the pantheon of adoption classics. It is a powerful, complex, and unforgettable journey of an adopted child from birth … Continue reading
A stowaway orphan from deepest darkest Peru was discovered in a train station in London wandering alone with a battered suitcase. He was wearing an old hat, spectacles and a rumpled duffle coat. On his suitcase was a note that … Continue reading
Choices – Our lives are the sum of all the choices we make, the bridges we cross, and the ones we burn. Our souls cast long shadows over many people, even after we are gone. Orphans – Each personal … Continue reading
Why did you write a book about adoption? Media, social workers, parents and adoptees encouraged me to write a book. Audiences showed high enthusiasm for my story around campfires and dinner tables. The topic of adoption has universal appeal for … Continue reading
The last few years I have had some stunning breakthroughs in knowledge about my family history. When I began my adoption search I didn’t even know the names of my birth parents. Finding them seemed like an impossible task, but … Continue reading
Butterflies serve to remind us that adoption is just the beginning of life’s big adventure, not an ending. Remarkably, there is nothing in the early life of a child or a little green caterpillar that gives a hint of the … Continue reading