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The Twins Who Found Each Other
The Twins Who Found Each Other
Author: Bard Lindeman
On a mild January night, a young man named Tony Milasi stepped from a jetliner at Miami International airport for the most important encounter of his life. Waiting for him was Roger Brooks. It was a moment neither will ever forget. Both were identical twins. Yet, at the age of twenty-four, they were then meeting for the first time. — The two brot...  more »
ISBN: 223201
Publication Date: 1969
Pages: 288
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Publisher: William Morrow and Company NY
Book Type: Hardcover
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"That adage--truth is stranger than fiction--does not begin to describe this fascinating book. It is as interesting as a scientific detective story and as moving as any poignant novel I have read in recent years. I could not put it down." --Ray Robinson, Articles Editor, Good Housekeeping.

"Perhaps the most through and perceptive account ever written about the lives of long-separated and then reunited twins. It is not only an engrossing narrative but a human document which will have special meaning for all who are personally or professionally concerned with twins and their problems." --Amram Scheinfeld, author of Your Heredity and Environment and Twins and Supertwins.

Above quotes came from back of the book jacket. I picked up this book because I am the mother of identical twins. It was extremely interesting for me as well as other readers due to the "detective story" manner in which it is written.
Marlene S.