by Mary Ellen Gambutti

This is a story of loss and discovery told through letters, vignettes, essays, fragments, and images. Born and relinquished in 1951 and adopted by a military couple, family separations and the transience of military duty, a culture of secrecy, and sealed birth record laws form barriers to this seeker’s search for her truth.

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I Must Have Wandered: An Adopted Air Force Daughter Recalls presented a huge challenge in the writing and my chosen structure. The team's courtesy, skill, efficiency, and professionalism resulted in a beautifully edited and designed book, of which I am so proud. Thank you, all! Mary Ellen Gambutti