How to Find Almost Anyone, Anywhere
This step-by-step guidebook to finding missing persons legally is the ultimate tool for anyone searching for a missing loved one, birth parents, old friends, or nearly anyone else. Tillman describes the methods she has used to locate more than a thousand people.
Paperback, 274 pages
Published November 1st 1995 by Rutledge Hill Press
(first published September 1995)
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Before I do this review, I need to point out the book I read was an older version. I've found at least one newer version. Given how much has changed in the world of finding information, that is a good thing. That said the older version can still be useful. This was a pretty good read. I knew much of the information already, but it never hurts to see what new ways of finding information might be out there. For example, I didn't realize military records were that accessible. I do like the fact tha...more