Red Dust Road

Red Dust Road

An Autobiographical Journey

Book - 2010
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At the age of 29, Kay embarks on a search for her birth parents, her head full of the stories her mother invented about an African chief torn away from his Scottish true love. What follows is a journey that zigzags between Lagos and Aberdeen, the bizarre and the domestic, in a quixotic search for that spark of connection to family.
Publisher: New York : Atlas & Co., c2010.
ISBN: 9781935633341
1935633341
Characteristics: 288 p. ; 19 cm.

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Aug 02, 2012

The biological daughter of a Scottish nurse and a Nigerian student at Aberdeen University is adopted by Glaswegian Communists. This is a memoir about Kaye's search for her birth family and her understanding that her true self is a product of the love of her adoptive parents. Good.

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