Adopted at Age Four

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AuthorHouse, 2010 - Family & Relationships - 144 pages
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Adpoted at Age four tracks the life of a four year old that had been shunted around foster homes for the first four years of his life. In and out of the orphanage everytime returning in poorer health. He is finally adopted by a childless couple, although poor by most standards who became loving parents with great values and standards that set his life in the right direction. From there it traces his acceptance and rejection by certain members of his newly acquired extended family and his development through elementary school, high school and ultimately into the job market with all the twists and turns along the way. Searching for his original identity at birth culminates in a brick wall ending... to be resolved much later in life. He eventually is recruited into the Banking Industry as a Management Trainee and has many interesting experiences in the Consumer Loans Department of many local Branches. Because of his past experience as a Collector he at one time becomes the Bank's roving collection /repo person and some of the situations he relives are both entertaining and worth a chuckle.

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Brian.L.Coventry currently resides in Western Quebec, Canada. Now a retired Bank Manager and having worked in the Financial Services Industry for over 40 years he has many experiences with the best And The worst of mankind. Through his works he would like to share his many experiences, The laughter, The pain And The joy of life that some of us can identify with. Brian and his wife Barb of 41 years and their adopted son Ian love music, books, fishing, hunting and good food. Brian loves to try out new recipes and add his own touches to existing ones. When he's not cooking. he's fishing, hunting, playing the guitar and of course, writing novels....

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