"A brave, candid, moving and very well-written memoir of Mary Rockefeller Morgan's life struggle with "twin loss" after the tragic disappearance fifty years ago off the New Guinea coast of her twin brother Michael." --Peter Mathiessen, two-time winner of the National Book Award
About the Author
MARY R MORGAN, L.M.S.W. is a licensed psychotherapist specializing in working with twinless twins. She lectures on the subject of twin loss and has led a bereavement group for twins whose twin died in the 9/11 World Trade Center disaster. She is presently on sabbatical writing a new book for grief counselors, which explores the unique treatment issues facing grieving twins.. Morgan is also the Executive producer of two forthcoming documentaries on the myth of the gene and the risks of genetic engineering. She is married and lives in New York State. She has three children and seven grandchildren.