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Reviewed by- Andrea (2010/03/21, 02:21 PM)
A quick light read which pulls you in with a captivating story about a mother and her quest to find the truth about her adopted son. After seeing a flyer for a missing boy who strongly resembles her child, Ellen begins to question the security of her family. The mystery begins as Ellen searches and uncovers facts about the adoption of her son Will. The story has lots of action and is nicely paced as the reader follows Ellen on her investigation for the truth. However, at the heart of the story is a moral dilemma Ellen is faced with regarding what she should do with her suspicions about Will’s identity. It is both thought-provoking and emotional. Although the second half of the book becomes a little predictable, the author ties up all the loose ends and leaves the reader satisfied. A good mystery and an enjoyable read, I look forward to more of Lisa Scottoline’s work.Back.

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