8 BALL CAFE

8 BALL CAFE

by Lori Carangelo
     
 
8 BALL CAFE is the True Tale of an Adoption and a Life Gone Very Wrong. Born in 1958 of Native American descent, Noah Stone was sold by his father at the 8 Ball Cafe in 1960 to the couple who adopted him. He spent the next 3 decades searching for his biological family. In childhood, he was declared a genius yet he was repeatedly abandoned by his adopters to foster

Overview

8 BALL CAFE is the True Tale of an Adoption and a Life Gone Very Wrong. Born in 1958 of Native American descent, Noah Stone was sold by his father at the 8 Ball Cafe in 1960 to the couple who adopted him. He spent the next 3 decades searching for his biological family. In childhood, he was declared a genius yet he was repeatedly abandoned by his adopters to foster homes, mental hospitals and juvenile detention facilities. The tangled web of his pre-adoption and post-adoption existence, the search and reunion with his biological family, explains why he's been drug addicted since age 7 and in adulthood has resided in California prisons.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940015814873
Publisher:
Access Press
Publication date:
12/02/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
932 KB

Meet the Author

LORI CARANGELO has authored several published books available on Amazon.com in hardcopy. including "THE ULTIMATE SEARCH BOOK 2011," and books now availabe on Amazon for Kindle, including "PAST MISTAKES," 'CHOSEN CHILDREN 2012,""ITALIAN TONIGHT!" cookbook, "8 BALL CAFE," among others. She is also editor-publisher of the MARIO SERIES children's books on Amazon for Kindle. Lori serves as President of AMERICANS FOR OPEN RECORDS (AmFOR.net), which she founded in 1989, formerly an international voluntary online network that helped enact legislation and facilitated 20,000 adoptee-parent reunions without fee, and is now a philanthropic project concerned with family rights and justice issues such as adoptees' and donor offsprings' right to know (offering the ONLY totally FREE Donor Offspring/Parent online Registry) and the wrongfully convicted.
She is retired from 25 years administrative positions with environmental protection, job training/placement, and building projects in Santa Barbara and Palm Desert, California, and formerly helped operate the largest printing company in the Palm Springs area.

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