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The revised edition of How to Locate Anyone, Anywhere, written by a successful private investigator, provides proven techniques that will enable you to conduct your own search.
The reference features comprehensive listings of federal, state, and local agencies to aid you in finding a person's whereabouts, including birth parents of adoptees, chapters devoted to searching for missing children, an index of valid Social Security numbers, runaway hot lines, genealogical libraries and new material on using computers and the Internet.
"Private investigator and former FBI agent Gunderson and writer McGovern provide a logical step-by-step guide to locating missing persons by mail or telephone.
After an initial section on organization and motivation, they cover "some 300 different, responsible, and usually cooperative sources of information."
"Discussed are a few basic reference works, local, state and federal records, and miscellaneous sources such as ads and insurance and religious records.
" There are sections on missing children and adoptee searches, some useful addresses, and suggested content for letters. It is recommended as a good, solid source of its kind."
272 pages, Paperback, Rev Upd Su edition (November 1, 1996)