- Family secrets
A new memoir explores the fault lines of adoption that emerged when a woman sought out the daughter she gave away. Novelist A.M. Homes has surprising observations on finding the "other" family and on memoirs in general.9:06 a.m.
A.M. Homes: Author of "The Mistress's Daughter." She's also the author of several novels, including "This Book Will Save Your Life."
- The birthplace of a nation
As Virginia commemorates the 400th anniversary of the Jamestown Settlement, Midmorning dissects the myths and the reality of America's earliest colony and examines how it shaped the country we live in today.10:06 a.m.
David Price: Author of "Love and Hate in Jamestown."
Karen Ordahl Kupperman: Professor of history at New York University. She's the author of "The Jamestown Project" and "English and Indians: Facing Off in Early America."
Bob Deans: White House correspondent for Cox newspapers, and author of "The River Where America Began: A Journey Along the James."
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