Adrienne Arieff

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Adrienne Arieff (born 1971) is an author and communications professional. She is best known for her controversial[1] book The Sacred Thread, which detailed her experiences traveling to India to enlist the services of a surrogate mother who eventually gave birth her twin daughters.[2][3][4] She also contributed to Spa, a book co-written by her sister Allison Arieff.[5][6] Adrienne is the founder and president of Arieff Communications, a public relations and marketing firm based in San Francisco, California and New York City, New York.[7][8][9]

Arieff received her bachelor's degree from American University[10] and has a master's degree from Columbia University.[8] She is married to Alex Berline,[7] a partner at Hanson Bridgett.[11] They have twin daughters named Emma and India.[12]

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    • The Sacred Thread: A True Story of Becoming a Mother and Finding a Family--Half a World Away (ISBN 0307716686)
    • Spa (Taschen 25th Anniversary) (ISBN: 3836501902)

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  1. Book Review: THE SACRED THREAD A True Story of Becoming a Mother and Finding a Family--Half a World Away. 80. Kirkus Reviews.
  2. Book Review: The Sacred Thread: A True Story of Becoming a Mother and Finding a Family- Half a World Away. 259. Publishers Weekly. 1/2/2012. p. 70. Check date values in: |date= (help)
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  5. Charlier, Roger H (Aug 2010). Book Review: Spa: Seventh Heaven. 67. International Journal of Environmental Studies.
  6. Charlier, Roger H. Book Review: Spa. 27. Journal of Coastal Research.
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