White Male Infant

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Tom Doherty Associates, Jun 29, 2002 - Fiction - 333 pages
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Surgical pathologist Dooley McSweeny and his wife dearly love the son they adopted from Russia four years ago. But when medical tests indicate that their little boy could not possibly have come from Russia, the couple is plunged into the dark, complex, and emotionally fraught world of international adoption. Who is their son? Where did he come from? How did he come to them? The answers to these questions threaten to destroy their marriage, their happiness—and their lives—as they explode a powder keg of political intrigue.

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User Review  - Glasgowgal - Goodreads

By a mere coincidence, this is the second book I have read recently about adoptions in Russia. Both books made mention of the neglect and poor conditions these babies suffer through. In addition to the adoption story, this book has murder and conspiracy. Quick read and a page turner. Read full review

Review: White Male Infant

User Review  - Goodreads

By a mere coincidence, this is the second book I have read recently about adoptions in Russia. Both books made mention of the neglect and poor conditions these babies suffer through. In addition to the adoption story, this book has murder and conspiracy. Quick read and a page turner. Read full review

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Barbara D’Amato is the author of Authorized Personnel Only, which recently won the first Mary Higgins Clark Award, and Good Cop, Bad Cop, which won the Carl Sandburg Award for Excellence in Fiction. She has received high praise for her many novels and a non-fiction book. She lives in Chicago with her husband.

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