Look Again

Look Again

Audiobook CD - 2009
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When reporter Ellen Gleeson gets a "Have You Seen This Child?" flyer in the mail, she realizes the child in the photo is identical to her adopted son, Will. She knows her adoption was lawful, so she investigates, uncovering clues no one was meant to discover, and when she digs too deep, she risks losing her own life--and that of the son she loves.-- (Source of description not identified).
Publisher: North Kingstown, R.I. : BBC Audiobooks America, [2009]
ISBN: 9780792761563
Branch Call Number: CD Mystery SCOTTOLIN
Characteristics: 8 audio discs (approximately 10 hr.) : digital ; 4 3/4 in
Additional Contributors: Masterson, Mary Stuart 1966-


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Jan 21, 2016

AS very interesting plot but the author gets bogged down with minute irrelevant details, e.g. how they fix their eggs, what toys the kids play with etc. This seems to be her trademark.

bbonier Oct 26, 2013

I've read two other Scottoline books and didn't care for them, but this one is excellent. The story is one that every parent can relate to, questioning how we would handle the situation. The characters are well developed, each revealing flaws that make them very human. Very well read by Mary Stuart Masterson.

Cdnbookworm Jul 05, 2011

Once again Scottoline writes a winning story. Here the main character is Ellen Gleeson, a reporter for a Philadelphia newspaper. A couple of years back, while writing a story, she came upon a very sick young boy in a hospital. Something about him drew her to him and she made enquiries.
She ended up adopting him, and Will is now the center of her life. There are cuts at her newspaper and Ellen is worried about her job security. When she arrives home one day, she notes a white card with a photo of a missing child as part of her mail. She is struck by how much it looks like Will. She is continually drawn to the fact of this resemblance. She knows her adoption was legal, but still begins to ask questions. "What if" keeps going through her head, along with the question of what she should do.
Scottoline brings the thought processes and emotions involved into view and we feel Ellen's struggles and worries. This book will get you thinking about what you would do in that position.

Jun 07, 2010

I liked it and would recommend it. 7 of 10 for me.


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