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We Were the Morris Orphans: 4 Brothers, 5 Sisters & Me

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This Paperback Edition of Kathi Morris's We Were the Morris Orphans: 4 Brothers, 5 Sisters & Me is autographed by Kathi Morris.

When a drunk driver orphans ten children, their plea to stay together sparks international news—and prompts a trust fund that attracts corrupt and abusive fostering.

“They’re not dead, are they?” The officer’s body visibly slumped as he delivered his final nod.

From that July day in 1968 on, the Morris family became the Morris orphans: ten children who attracted nationwide attention, and a trust fund that didn’t bring out the best in those who fostered them. Kathi, the oldest, was only seventeen when her parents were killed by a drunk driver. This is her story—behind the headlines—of when the Morris orphans only had their mutual loss and each other.

Get your Kathi Morris autographed book today!

Product Details

  • Pages: 320 pages
  • Publisher: Post Hill Press
  • Release Date: November 30, 2021
  • ISBN-13: 9781637581261
  • Edition: Autographed Paperback Edition

About The Author

Kathi Morris is the oldest of the ten Morris orphans and currently lives in Clovis, California. This memoir was a finalist in the 2019 San Francisco Writers Conference. She won grand prize at the iconic Sardine Factory in Monterey, California, where the movie Play Misty for Me was filmed, for her written tribute on their fiftieth anniversary commemoration. After a thirty-five-year career with the IRS, surviving divorce and ovarian cancer, she retired and worked for Pebble Beach Resorts. Her greatest joys are her children and grandchildren, and her dream is to own a home in Monterey Bay.

Product Details

This Paperback Edition of Kathi Morris's We Were the Morris Orphans: 4 Brothers, 5 Sisters & Me is autographed by Kathi Morris.

When a drunk driver orphans ten children, their plea to stay together sparks international news—and prompts a trust fund that attracts corrupt and abusive fostering.

“They’re not dead, are they?” The officer’s body visibly slumped as he delivered his final nod.

From that July day in 1968 on, the Morris family became the Morris orphans: ten children who attracted nationwide attention, and a trust fund that didn’t bring out the best in those who fostered them. Kathi, the oldest, was only seventeen when her parents were killed by a drunk driver. This is her story—behind the headlines—of when the Morris orphans only had their mutual loss and each other.

Get your Kathi Morris autographed book today!

Product Details

  • Pages: 320 pages
  • Publisher: Post Hill Press
  • Release Date: November 30, 2021
  • ISBN-13: 9781637581261
  • Edition: Autographed Paperback Edition

About The Author

Kathi Morris is the oldest of the ten Morris orphans and currently lives in Clovis, California. This memoir was a finalist in the 2019 San Francisco Writers Conference. She won grand prize at the iconic Sardine Factory in Monterey, California, where the movie Play Misty for Me was filmed, for her written tribute on their fiftieth anniversary commemoration. After a thirty-five-year career with the IRS, surviving divorce and ovarian cancer, she retired and worked for Pebble Beach Resorts. Her greatest joys are her children and grandchildren, and her dream is to own a home in Monterey Bay.

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About the Author

Kathi Morris is the oldest of the ten Morris orphans and currently lives in Clovis, California. This memoir was a finalist in the 2019 San Francisco Writers Conference. She won grand prize at the iconic Sardine Factory in Monterey, California, where the movie Play Misty for Me was filmed, for her written tribute on their fiftieth anniversary commemoration. After a thirty-five-year career with the IRS, surviving divorce and ovarian cancer, she retired and worked for Pebble Beach Resorts. Her greatest joys are her children and grandchildren, and her dream is to own a home in Monterey Bay.