Danielle Flood

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Danielle Flood has been a general assignment staff writer for the Associated Press in Manhattan and a staff reporter for five daily newspapers, where she covered everything from human interest features to crime.  In her memoir The Unquiet Daughter (The Piscataqua Press), Flood relates the story of her search for her natural father after enduring decades of fear, bewilderment and devastation due to estrangement from her sisters, mother, father, stepfather, aunts and uncles, plus the revelation that her parents were the true love triangle that inspired Graham Greene’s The Quiet American.