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My Unknown Child

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First published in German and French, the bestseller My Unknown Child is a sensitive, firsthand account of a single abortion. On the surface, Noreen Riols had every reason to get an abortion. With the birth of her first child came an overwhelming postpartum depression. When she became pregnant again, her doctor, her psychiatrist, and even her vicarcounseled her to have an...more
Paperback, 208 pages
Published June 1st 1999 by Multnomah
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Stephanie Blake
This book was given to me by the author. It is incredibly well written and intensely personal. I was so captivated by the story that I read it in less than half a day.

The book covers the story of her abortion, but more than that, it tells how God met her where she was, was patiently drawing her to Him until she understood His everlasting love and finally accepted His forgiveness. This is one of the most powerful testimonies of God's grace that I have ever read.

God knows what it takes to reach...more
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Born in Malta of English parents, Noreen Riols lives with her French husband in a seventeenth-century house in a village near Versailles.
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