"A useful practical guide to two major 21st-century trends" and "an inspiring and engaging look at the ways in which genealogy will evolve over the coming decades". Who Do You Think You Are? magazine, February 2012.
"A comprehensive guide to using cutting edge scientific and online technology to enhance family history research" (Family History Monthly, February 2012)
"A useful resource for new researchers as well as the seasoned genealogist and stands to become a 'standard' reference manual" (Journal of One-Name Studies, March 2012)
"This is the book for anyone who needs an update on 21st century genealogical techniques" (Family Chronicle, February 2012)
"I think that anyone who is confused about genetics will understand it clearly after reading this." (Anthony Adolph, The Highlander Magazine, May/June 2012)
"Genetics is a complicated subject, and most geneticists are profoundly incapable of explaining the subject clearly. Debbie Kennett is unparalleled in her ability to make complex science beautifully clear, and in her enthusiasm to explain how this subject really works. If you're interested in using genetics for your family tree, or even if you re already grappling with it, this book is guaranteed to make an immense and refreshing addition to your knowledge." —Anthony Adolph, author, Tracing Your Irish Family History
DNA and Social Networking is a timely and much needed guide showing family historians how to build up a network of researchers and helpers. --Chris Pomery - Author of DNA and Family History and Family History in the Genes
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