Reunion by Katie Hern
A Year in Letters Between a Birthmother and the Daughter She Couldn't Keep

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After decades of separation, 26-year-old adoptee Katie Hern writes to her birthmother, Ellen McGarry Carlson. Written over a course of one year, this book follows the women's progress - from elation to understanding to accepting - and efforts to create an honest relationship. After several months, mother and daughter finally meet face-to-face in an emotional and exhilarating reunion.

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Published October 21, 1999 by Seal Press. 288 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Literature & Fiction, Parenting & Relationships. Non-fiction

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A further complication was that Katie's adoptive mother felt resentful and threatened by Ellen and Katie's reunion.

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