Review: Look Again

I'm not sure where I saw this book but I was interested in the subject matter.  Lisa Scottoline has a new book coming out that I want to read titled, Think Twice (good twin/bad twin).

Synopsis: The blockbuster New York Times bestselling author joins St. Martin's Press with a knock-out novel about a woman who comes to suspect that her adopted child is actually another couple's kidnapped child.

Type: Fiction, 416 pages, Trade paperback

Quick Take: Recommend - This book kept me on my toes for most of the book,   parts linger on a little to much but overall it's a great read (I didn't see the ending coming). I'm glad I read it and would recommend to others.

This is every adoptive parents worst nightmare.  The novel opens with Ellen looking at a missing child flier and is surprised to find the boy on the page looks just like her adopted son.  Ellen is a journalist and immediately starts digging in and looking to confirm the boy is not hers.  We follow Ellen as she goes through an emotional journey towards closure.  The characters are well written and you will be emotionally connected to the characters but not to the point where you can't read the book.

Source: Library (Audio