Sandy Musser - Adoption Reform Activist & Author
From the Forward by Reuben Pannon, MSW 
Co-Author of Adoption Triangle and Lethal Secrets
"The Nuremberg Trials that followed World War II held that a person did not have to blindly obey laws that were unjust, but had a responsibiling to follow his own conscience.  One need only look at the leaders of our own civil rights movement led by people like Martin Luther King, who believed that unjust laws should be challenged.  In following her conscience in challenging sealed records in adoption, Sandy was actving for all of us whose lives are in any way touched by adoption."  
 To Prison With Love
After dedicating almost 20 years of her life to adoption reform and reuniting over 500 families, Sandy was indicted by the Federal Government and sent to federal prison. By challenging the sealed adoption records law, she was charged  with "conspiracy to defraud the government of confidential information in her work of reuniting families." In so doing, she  threatened the status quo (sealed records), causing her adversaries to refer to her as a 'vigilante' and a 'terrorist' - and then  set her up for a fall.  This is her story.
The charge to the Jury in the case was 92 pages long - O.J's was 67! 
Annette Baran, Author
In all reform movements, there comes a time when individuals are called upon to stand strong in their beliefs . . . Musser demonstrates clearly the depth of her moral fiber in this book which is written from the heart."
To Prison With Love - $9.95
Autographed copies may be ordered
 by mail at the address below:
117 SE 44th Street
Cape Coral, FL 33904
                                  I Would Have Search Forever
First written and published is 1979, I Would Have Searched Forever is only available through or
It was the first book to be written by a birthmother who had surrenered a child for adoption (in 1954) and later searched and found her.  When she began her search 22 years later, her prayers were answered as God opened the doors faster than she could walk through them.
What Kind of Love Is This?
A story of Adoption Reconciliation by Sandy Musser
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