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STANFORD GRADUATE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS – A novel about a mixed-race couple that adopts an Indian child has hovered near the top of Canada’s bestseller list for six months. Secret Daughter, by Toronto-born Shilpi Somaya Gowda, Stanford MBA ’96, was marketed in Canada as “uniquely Canadian,” according to the Globe and Mail. “I am the child of immigrants myself,” Gowda said, “and I have always been fascinated by how the choices these people make on your behalf, generations before you, end up driving a great deal of what your life ends up being.” She is currently working on a second novel about a cross-cultural family.

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