Tuesday, December 6, 2016

Look Again by Lisa Scottoline

Look Again by Lisa Scottoline (337 pages)

What would you do if a missing child photo looked just like your adopted child?  That's the dilemma of reporter Ellen Gleeson.  She just can't get the image out of her mind.  Is it possible that her son was kidnapped before being abandoned at the local hospital?  If that's the case, then was her adoption legal?  Gleeson can't imagine giving up her three year old after being his mom for two years.

Regardless of the consequences, Gleeson has to know the truth.  She can figure out what to do after she knows where her son came from.  As she delves into the mystery, Gleeson's job and even her life are at risk.

I give the book 3 stars out of 5.  The first half of the book dragged a bit for me.  When Scottoline introduced more characters and revealed more details I found it very enjoyable.  The writing isn't deep, but the subject matter gives the reader a lot to think about.  I'm looking forward to the Arnold Branch book group on this title.

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